I use a Kestrel 1000. It only reads wind.
At sometime in my life it came to my attention that water freeze at 32 degrees so I can usually figure out if water is frozen or not and then I know if it is really cold or only somewhat cold. If I am wearing only a T-shirt while hunting it means I am stupid and forgot my coat or else it is about 75 degrees or more.
In other words, I usually have a good idea of the temperature and do not feel a lot of need for extreme accuracy in measuring it. Wind on the other hand is very important and you need to have a good meter.