It doesn't feel that cold

Kaelble, Steve
February 2000
Indiana Business Magazine;Feb2000, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p7
Focuses on Purdue University Professor Maurice Bluestein's position on the inaccuracy of weather forecasts of wind chill in the United States. Researchers' error in the calculation of wind chill factors; Link between the wind and coldness; Weather forecasts' exaggeration of the effects of windchill.


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