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'''Humidity.''' Hot weather, say 80°F (26°C) and up, is more uncomfortable in '''humid''' air than in dry air because dry air allows more sweat to evaporate from your skin and this cools you but humid air inhibits this evaporation and leaves you more susceptible to overheating.
  
 
For those who are not used to Metric thermometers, there are a few ways to think about it...
 
For those who are not used to Metric thermometers, there are a few ways to think about it...

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