What is the coldest wind chill ever recorded?
The coldest wind chill ever recorded in the world was -192°F (-124°C) at Stantsiya Vostok, Antarctica on 2005-08-24. The high temperature that day was -99°F (-73°C) and the maximum wind gust for that day was 113 mph (182 km/h).
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I guess the answer to your question depends on which Wind Chill Index (WCI) you use. See, in 2001 the National Weather Service changed the way they determine the Wind Chill I…ndex (WCI). So a wind chill index of -45F using the new WCI would have been -69F on old WCI in use prior to 2001.\n. \nAccording to the pdf below from the National Weather Service out of Des Moines Iowa, the Wind Chill for Spencer & Estherville Iowa fell to -45F (or -69F using the old WCI) on morning of Feb. 10, 2008 (lowest WCI since 1/10/1997). \n. \nhttp://www.crh.noaa.gov/images/dmx/2008Review.pdf
In 1985 there was a wind chill of -103 degrees F.
72 below in munster, in. 1.28.19
It was a very chilly day on January 19, 1922. I remember it well. My dog froze in the shed outside when the wind chill gauge broke at 82 degrees below zero.
January 21, 1985 in Ravenna, OH it hit -101 degrees wind chillat 9:30 AM. Temp was -31 and wind gusted to 95 mph.
83 degrees below zero. January 10th, 1982
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-72 F on December 22, 1989 Real temp was -23 F
Today's windchill (January 7 2014) of -7.1 Fahrenheit has beat theprevious record of 32 Fahrenheit in Omaha.