If you live in the south, you've probably heard the phrase "It's not the heat, it's the humidity" when describing how hot it gets here during the summer. I've also heard the phrase "it's hot, but it's a dry heat" when describing high temperatures in the southwest. What does this mean, exactly? I always thought 95 degrees is 95 degrees no matter where you live, but the number can be deceiving.
Humidity is defined as the amount of water vapor present in the atmosphere and isClick here to read more.
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