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How come when you step out of the shower you feel cold but as soon as you dry you feel warmer even though the temperature is the same?

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Because when your skin is wet the evaporation of the moisture takes heat away from your skin and makes it feel cold. When you are dry you do not have this evaporation happening so you feel warmer in comparison. Your body produces sweat for this very same reason to help you cool off on a hot day.
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