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  • noun Plural form of humidity.

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Examples

  • Plates and stars again form near -15 C (5 F), and a combination of plates and columns are made around -30 C (-22 F) ... snow crystals tend to form simpler shapes when the humidity (supersaturation) is low, while more complex shapes at higher humidities.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • The overcast has kept temperatures down and humidities up, Mosier said.

    Weather expected to favor Texas wildfire fight

  • The yellow circles show that at moderate humidities, there is a moderate difference between the air temperature and the slug's body temperature.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • The overcast has kept temperatures down and humidities up, Mosier said.

    Weather expected to favor Texas wildfire fight

  • We are also suffering humidities of around 40% which means real dry skin and itching.

    Living in two places - dialogue wanted

  • July and August blistered and boiled at temperatures and humidities that belonged in an African swamp.

    Venom

  • Atmospheric conditions in this region of the tropics are ripe for tropical cyclone development, with exceptionally warm water temperatures (at the surface as well as through the upper ocean layers), wind shear (variation of the wind with height) values insufficiently strong to provide much resistance to further organization, and high relative humidities through a deep atmospheric column.

    Tropical trouble brewing?

  • Environmental conditions are indeed favorable for tropical cyclone genesis there (defined as a tropical depression or stronger), with wind shear values insufficiently strong to provide much resistance to the coherent organization of thunderstorms, and high relative humidities through a deep atmospheric column.

    Tropics: Caribbean may not be quiet for long

  • I wonder if this would work in lower humidities as well, ie if the capacitance above drops.

    The method of images « Imaginary Potential

  • They did that by measuring the body temperatures of slugs and earthworms at different air temperatures and humidities.

    How to take a slug's temperature and what you can learn from it

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