Hi Guys,

Is there any chance of displaying the Apparent temperature, as per the below? Source for the below is:

http://www.bom.gov.au/info/thermal_stress/?cid=003bl08#atapproximation

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About the formula for the apparent temperature
The formula for the **AT** used by the Bureau of Meteorology is an approximations of the value provided by a mathematical model of heat balance in the human body. It can include the effects of temperature, humidity, wind-speed and radiation. Two forms are given, one including radiation and one without. On this site we use the non-radiation version.
Version including the effects of temperature, humidity, and wind:
AT = Ta + 0.33×e − 0.70×ws − 4.00
Version including the effects of temperature, humidity, wind, and radiation:
AT = Ta + 0.348×e − 0.70×ws + 0.70×Q/(ws + 10) − 4.25
where:
|Ta|= Dry bulb temperature (°C)|
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|e|= Water vapour pressure (hPa) [humidity]|
|ws|= Wind speed (m/s) at an elevation of 10 meters|
|Q|= Net radiation absorbed per unit area of body surface (w/m2)|
The vapour pressure can be calculated from the temperature and relative humidity using the equation:
e = rh / 100 × 6.105 × exp ( 17.27 × Ta / ( 237.7 + Ta ) )
where:
rh = Relative Humidity [%]
Source: *Norms of apparent temperature in Australia, Aust. Met. Mag., 1994, Vol 43, 1-16*
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