Humidity, Moisture Sensors

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Questions with Humidity, Moisture Sensors

  • Ask: What is high humidity?

    Answer: Humidity is the concentration of water vapour present in the air. Water vapour, the gaseous state of water, is generally invisible to the human eye. Humidity indicates the likelihood for precipitation, dew, or fog to be present.


  • Ask: What is humid weather?

    Answer: Humidity above 50% is typically considered too high, while humidity below 30% is usually too low. That means that the ideal range of relative humidity for a home is between 30% and 50%, according to the EPA. This, of course, depends on the climate you live in, as well as your personal preference.

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  • Ask: What is an uncomfortable humidity percentage?

    Answer: humid. When there is a lot of moisture in the air, it is humid out. The air in a rain forest is humid, the air in a desert is dry. People like to say that it's not the heat that bothers them, it's the humidity. They say this because when it is humid, or when there is a lot of water in the air, the heat feels hotter.


  • Ask: What causes humidity?

    Answer: Forecasters watch the dew point, not relative humidity, because hot air can hold more moisture than cool air. At 90 degrees, we feel uncomfortable at dew points of 65-69 degrees. But the RH may be only 44 - 52 percent (half the atmosphere's capacity). Dew points above 70 degrees feel oppressive.

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