It's 50 degrees out, but how cold will you feel when you're going 70?

Before you head down the highway, take wind chill into consideration. Here's a weather calculator developed by the National Weather Service which will give you a better idea of how cold you'll feel, versus what the thermometer is telling you before you pull the bike out of the garage:

 

WEATHER CALCULATOR


Temperature Conversion

Fahrenheit ( o F )
Celsius (C)
Celsius ( o C )
Fahrenheit (o F)

Windchill Calculation
(Use for temperatures below 51 F or 11 C)

Temp
(o F)
Wind
Speed
(mph)
Old wind chill =
New wind chill =
Read about new wind chill, click here
Temp
(o C)
Wind
Speed
(mph)
Old wind chill =
New wind chill =
Read about new wind chill, click here

Relative Humidity Calculation

Temp
(F )
Dew
Point
(F)
Relative Humidity =
Temp
(C)
Dew
Point
(C )
Relative Humidity =

Heat Index Calculation

Valid entries are, air temperatures greater than 80 F ( 27 C ), dew point temperatures greater than 65 F ( 12 C ), and relative humidity higher than 40 percent.

Temp
(F )
Dew
Point
(F)
  RH =
Temp
(C)
Dew
Point
(C )
  RH =
Temp
(F )
Relative
Humidity
(%)
Heat Index =
Dew Point =
Temp
(C)
Relative
Humidity
(%)
Heat Index =
Dew Point =