We have created and app for Feels like Temperature

"Feels like temperature" is a way to describe how the weather actually feels to us humans, rather than just what the thermometer says. It takes into account factors like wind, humidity, and other stuff that can make it seem hotter or colder than the actual air temperature.

Think of it this way: Have you ever been outside on a windy day when the temperature was, say, 70 degrees Fahrenheit (21 degrees Celsius), but it felt much colder because of the wind? That's the "feels like temperature" at work. The wind makes it feel colder than it really is.

Conversely, on a hot, humid day, the "feels like temperature" might be higher than the actual temperature. That's because the humidity makes it feel even hotter and stickier than what the thermometer says.

So, in a nutshell, "feels like temperature" helps us understand how the weather feels to our bodies, taking into account factors that can make it seem different from the actual temperature. It's a handy way to know whether you should grab a sweater or wear shorts when you step outside!

Thinking on this, we have created an app to check in our phones what's the current Feels Like Temperature. This is currently available in the Android Store, but we also have plans to release for Apple Store also.

First we wanted to test how this would evolve in the Spanish speaking public. For this we have also created SensacionTermica.com, because "sensación térmica" is the term used in this language to refer to "feels like" temperature.

We plan to create more apps in the following months.