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Thread: Wind Chill Question
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On Wed, 3 Oct 2001 23:46:37 +1000, you wrote:

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As long as the air and sensor are dry, flow rate shouldn't make a
difference. If however there is moisture on the sensor, it will read
lower, but with high airflow, the moisture probably won't stay there
for long!

The reading could well be affected if rain, snow  etc. can reach it.
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