# Science

Please suppose that the actual temperature is above 32 degrees F but the wind chill or real feel temperature is below 32 degrees F. Could water still freeze on the roadway surfaces?

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1. The "read feel" or "heat index" (in summer) is what the outside temp feels like to humans. If the surface of the street is 32Β° then water could freeze there since neither the street nor water are affected by "real feel."

A science tutor would be able to explain this better than I.

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