Health Unit: Wind chills pose risk of frostbite in cold temps

Submitted The Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU) would like to remind residents of Northwestern Ontario to take extra caution when spending time outdoors. “When temperatures reach -28C or below, with or without the wind chill, the risk of a cold-related injury such as frostbite or hypothermia becomes much higher. For example, in -28C, exposed skin can … Continue reading Health Unit: Wind chills pose risk of frostbite in cold temps