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Heat Index & Wind Chill Temperature Calculator


Calculate Heat Index for Fahrenheit (using Dew Point)
Enter Air Temperature in number of degrees Fahrenheit:
Enter Dew Point (F):
Fahrenheit        Relative Humidity


Calculate Heat Index for Celsius (using Dew Point)
Enter Air Temperature in number of degrees Celsius:
Enter Dew Point (C):
Celsius        Relative Humidity


Calculate Heat Index for Fahrenheit
Enter Air Temperature in number of degrees Fahrenheit:
Enter Relative Humidity: %
Fahrenheit


Calculate Heat Index for Celsius
Enter Air Temperature in number of degrees Celsius:
Enter Relative Humidity: %
Celsius


Calculate Wind Chill given Fahrenheit & Miles Per Hour
Enter Air Temperature in number of degrees Fahrenheit:
EnterWind Speed in miles per hour (MPH):
Fahrenheit


Calculate Wind Chill given Celsius & Kilometers Per Hour
Enter Air Temperature in number of degrees Celsius:
Enter Wind Speed in kilometers per hour:
Celsius


Calculate Wind Chill given Fahrenheit & Kilometers Per Hour
Enter Air Temperature in number of degrees Fahrenheit:
Enter Wind Speed in kilometers per hour:
Fahrenheit


Calculate Wind Chill given Celsius & Miles Per Hour
Enter Air Temperature in number of degrees Celsius:
Enter Wind Speed in miles per hour (MPH):
Celsius


Calculate Wind Chill given Fahrenheit & Knots
Enter Air Temperature in number of degrees Fahrenheit:
Enter Wind Speed in knots:
Fahrenheit


Calculate Wind Chill given Celsius & Knots
Enter Air Temperature in number of degrees Celsius:
Enter Wind Speed in knots:
Celsius



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Directions

Type the number in the box and then click "Click to Convert"
If the number is 6.7 then type "6.7" (no quotation marks).
You may type the decimal point.
If the number is 2154 you may type "2,154", you may type the comma. Type "2,154".
If you want to type "256,678", but you type "25k,678", the computer will use "25678" to calculate the answer.
If you type "ghblxz", the computer will use "0" to calculate the answer.
If you type "1.9e2", the computer will use "190" to calculate the answer.
If the temperature is 87.56 , type "87.56 ", you may type the degree sign .
If the temperature is -43.16 , type "-43.16 ", you may type the minus sign.

??? = check your input

NaN = not a number

To clear the entry boxes click "Reset".

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