Why do cold days seem colder than they really are when the wind is strong and the air is humid?

Because it has been found that wind and humidity can increase the sensation of temperature. With strong winds, cold days seem even colder. With high air humidity, the low temperature seems even lower, and with low humidity, the opposite.

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