Icky Sticky

by Sam
(Concord)

Hard to work in these conditions

Hard to work in these conditions

Its all icky and sticky


Barry's Response - Let me see if I can help, Sam. We use humidity to refer to the quantity of water vapour in the air. Relative humidity, the fraction of partial pressure for water vapour relative to saturated vapour pressure at that temperature, is what we usually mean when we just say humidity. Meteorologists use technical terms like absolute or specific humidity as well.

We care about humidity because of the icky sticky feel it gives to an otherwise pleasant day, and the lack of wind compounds the situation. And no matter how much you sweat, you just can't get any cooler. Forecasters care about it because of its importance in weather changes: precipitation, fog, dew for instance.

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it is necessary to control huumidity
by: antony john

yes, I absolutely like this imagery. It is interesting and helpful. Yes, it is the necessary to explore more websites like this. It is seen all through this site the love to the environment. Work for a better future.

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Humidity
by: Anonymous

Nice article about humidity.better to change that picture and captiaon. Thank you

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CONFUSING ONE
by: Anonymous

This Article is really get highlight good picture of life.But the picture and sentence using in it as not as good as it should be.

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humidity
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PLEASE PROVIDE RELATED PICTURE. THE INFORMATION ABOUT HUMIDITY IS GOOD. IT IS INTERESTING. THERE IS NO NEED TO IMPROVE. IT'S ENOUGH. THANK YOU.

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Needs Work
by: Anonymous

The image provided with the article is not in the least related to the article itself (about humidity). It's also been lifted from a Stock Image website and bears its watermark. You should probably change the image.

Barry's provided information is much more informative than the article itself. Perhaps you should replace the article text with the text that Barry provided.

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Humidity
by: smee

Nice information about humidity. Humidity is the amount of water vapor in air at a given temperature. The hotter the air is, the more water it can contain. Thank you for the information of weather.

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