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2013-11-26 21:17:17
2013-11-26 21:17:17

The word humidity does have a plural, humidities, but the state of "being humid" itself is uncountable. What we actually measure as humidity is the relative humidity, comparing it to the maximum possible at that pressure and temperature. Referring to these measurements as "relative humidities" would not be grammatically incorrect, but you could also use the singular just as well.

("We're going to compare the relative humidity in Texas and Oklahoma.")

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