I visited www.weather.com to find the answer to your question. I noticed that below the actual temperature of a city, there are the words "Feels like" + the temperature it feels like.Originally Posted by sandra pavesio
Buenos Aires 30° C
Feels like 28° C
Why don't you check out this site yourself? You can read the forecast both in English and Spanish and compare them.
In the US people often talk about the wind-chill factor, but this is a little different.
wind-chill factor (w¹nd“ch¹l”) n. The temperature of windless air that would have the same effect on exposed human skin as a given combination of wind speed and air temperature.
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