Wind chill factor?

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I've got a 1992 Skylark V6, Buick recommends 10W-30 for this car, however under Zero degrees it recommends 5W-30. Where I live it might get under zero degrees a few times during the winter but not very often, but the wind chill can get under 0 degrees often. When making the decision should I take into consdieration the wind chill factor? I've used 10W-30 the last couple of years and haven't had any cold start problems (10W-30 Castrol).
 

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No. Wind chill doesn't affect actual temperature. Its just associated with the amount heat which is removed on the human body.
 
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