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Old 11-16-2015, 01:12 AM
 
Location: Broward County, FL
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110 F equal to 25 F? 100 F equal to 50 F? Not even close. 100 F could potentially kill you, 50 F is easily tolerable with a light jacket on.


110 F is not tolerable under any means, even if you're sedentary it's potentially dangerous. 25 F is nothing to deal with, especially if it's calm you can easily do outdoor activities as long as you bundle up. Those are ridiculous comparisons.
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Old 11-16-2015, 03:45 AM
 
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15C - 40C is my comf. limit.
20C "chill" is like 35C "heat".
25C "mild breeze" is like 30C "mild heat".
Those values above are for real feel temps, my midpoint is about 27-28 C.
the very warm bias (I was using exaggerated Ac*uweather real feel for the post quoted)...

i feel comfortable at bandung's morning (60s F)

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Old 11-16-2015, 11:02 AM
 
Location: United Nations
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I've already done this, my "neutral" feel (for outdoor temperatures) is around 13 °C

So, a 30 °C feels as bad as -4 °C
20 °C feels as good as 6 °C
15 °C feels like 11 °C
And 37 °C feels like -11 °C.

More or less it's correct for me.

My "neutral" indoor temperature is around 20 °C, by the way. So, a 15 °C indoor temperature (a bit cold) feels as bad as a 25 °C indoor temperature (a bit hot). Again, 10 °C (too cold), feels like 30 °C (too hot).

So, it depends if it's indoor or outdoor.
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