Wind chill! It feels like....what the hell is that suppose to mean? This whole past week in the Northeast we've been treated as children, I've even been told how I need to dress - really?? I get it, it feels colder when the wind blows when it's cold out, but we are at the point where the temp gets thrown out and the wind chill is the reported temp. I hear on the Boston radio/tv shows, NPR, WMUR....whenever we have a blow we get the superlatives going. I want just the facts mam, what's the temp, what range is the wind going to be. What happens when you turn your face and get it out of the wind, what is the wind chill now? Oh and why stop there? Heat index, here comes another 'it feels like'. Why don't I get my heat index in the winter on a warm winter day or my wind chill in the summer? Somehow we are barely surviving these conditions so lets hike up the extremity of it all to make it even worse. Other than that I love these extremes, in the winter anyway, not so much the summer.