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The Wind Chill Factor When does it get dangerous?Still image:
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Keywords:   Wind, Wintery, Weather Explanations, Cold, Wind Chill
Asset ID: 5417
Title: The Wind Chill Factor
Concept: When does it get dangerous?
Detail: When the wind chill drops to -70F, the danger of frostbite is extreme. Frostbite can occur in less than 5 minutes to exposed flesh. With temperatures around -35F, it only takes a 20 mph wind to get to to near -70F wind chill. Thus, even short periods of exposure of skin to cold air and moderate wind can be a serious to say the least, such a condition is one of extreme danger! A person should go outside only when absolutely necessary. Wind chills this low does occur occasionally in the interior of the United States, and have been noted several times in the past several bitter winters. Only arctic survival gear could protect one from extended exposure to such conditions. It is interesting to note that exposed flesh begins to freeze in about 300 seconds when the wind chill factor drops to this level. Consider the infamous "Blizzard of 1888" in the northeast...over 100 people died. Most of the deaths were due to the numbing wind chills which caused people to collapse in snow drifts as they attempted to go from one place to another, the lowest wind chill ever observed in the 48 contiguous states. -100F, at Crookston, MN.

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