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Water in the Atmosphere

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Water in the Atmosphere

Heat Energy

Heat Energy

- Clouds
- Rain
- Snow
- Sleet
- Hail

The amount of water vapor in the air

- Hot August days feel “muggy.”
- Your skin dries out in the winter.
- Phoenix is more comfortable than Orlando

- Tropical jungle
- Ultra-hot desert

The % of water in the air compared to how much water the air could hold

- Tool used to measure relative humidity

- Dry bulb
- Wet bulb
- The DIFFERENCE between the 2 is used to calculate Relative Humidity

- Measure dry-bulb temperature
- Measure wet-bulb temperature.
- Subtract the two to determine the difference.
- Use a relative humidity table to determine % of water vapor in the air.

- Dry = _____
- Wet = _____
- Difference = _____
- Go to table: