Why does wind make your body colder?



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    Wind moves more cold air particles across your body, exposing you to less heat and thus making you colder. Same principle if you put hot water in a water bottle and shake it, it’ll get too hot to hold at one point if you put in near boiling water. This happens because the particles absorb heat off you and move about their way with the wind, then new particles come along and absorb more heat while exchanging their cold.

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