Science test help.?

What are some reasons why a person on a dry day with temperatures of 34 and a wind of 60mph would be safer from hypothermia than that same person of a wet day with a temperature of 26 degrees and a wind speed of 15 mph? The answer does not have to be perfect just written by a human and not an ape. Thanks.


Well, how about you google "Why is it colder with wind" ? If there is no wind, then the air around you will get warm as you cool down. So you won't cool down as fast anymore. If there is wind, then that warm air around you immediately gets blown away and replaced by new colder air that will steal your heat all over again.