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Humidity is a measure of the amount of water in the air, compared to the maximum possible amount that could be dissolved.

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Low humidity is caused by a lack of moisture. If no water is available to evaporate into the air, humidity will quickly drop.


You can feel water in the air when the humidity is high. The humidity is the amount of moisture in the air. The humidity gets high when the temperature rises.


no. humidity is the amount of water in the air.


Well, indoors it is often cooler and cannot hold as much water vapor. Also, there is less water vapor in the air, and thus you are unable to feel the heaviness/stickiness of humidity.


No, in order for there to be fog you have to humidity which consists of warm air and moisture build up. I live in Humidity hell but still do not have fog lack of water resources. In my hometwon there was plenty of water and humidity, therefore creating fog.


Humidity is a measure of the water vapour (water as a gas) in the air


Relative humidity is a ratio for determining if water vapor is in the air. Absolute humidity is the amount of water vapor in the air.


what is the relative humidity of air that holds all the water it can


Humidity is the level of water in the air caused by water vapor, while water vapor is the water in the air.


Humidity describes the amount of water vapour in the air, whereas realtive humidity represents the percentage of water vapour in the air compared to the maximum amount that could exist in that air.


humidity measures the amount of water vapor in the air.Water concentration in air or water vapour.The amount of water vapor in the air.water vapormoisture


humidity is the amount of water in the air, and rain is water that falls from the clouds in the air.


Answerevaporated water, or humidity.


high humidity is how high the air temperature is of the water vapour in the air.


Humidity is water dissolved in air. When you mom hangs her washing out to dry, the wind drys it by taking up the water. This water is "humidity". When the air is saturated with water it condenses out as mist (clouds).



Humidity is when the air is very moist. So when it is humid out, there is water vapor in the air.


Humidity is caused by water vapor mixing with the air. The more water vapor, the higher the humidity.


The humidity will decrease because humidity is a measure of how much water vapor is in the air.


Humidity is the amount of water in air. It is formed by the process of water cycle.


The amount of water vapour in air is classed as humidity.


Humidity is the amount of water vapor in the air. Humidity increases when more water evaporates, and decreases when it rains or the humid air is displaced by less humid air. Generally, higher temperatures will lead to higher humidity, as more water will evaporate.


Relative Humidity (RH), is how much water vapor is in the air at a certain time. Humidity, in my opinion, is just another way of saying how much water vapor is in the air.


The amount of water vapor present in air is called humidity. The amount of water present in air as a percent of the maximum amount that the air can hold at that particular temperature is called relative humidity.


Humidity is a measure of water in the air. Humidity is always in the air dry or wet.



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