In Meteorology: a condition in the atmosphere corresponding to 100 percent relative humidity.
As humid air with high relative humidity is changed such that humidity increases.(could be by many mechanism), the air becomes saturated at 100% relative humidity.
relative humidity is 100 percent.
A fog starts to form
oo thats on my science worksheet too. I can't find it anywhere. ugghh
Relative humidity rarely reaches 100% humidity when air is polluted. This is do to emissions of carbon dioxide and sulfates, and is known as haze.
This is called relative humidity. It is the ratio between the actual humidity, and the humidity for saturated air - that is, the maximum amount of water air can hold. This saturation point is dependent on temperature.
That would be "dewpoint"...When the air temperature falls to the dewpoint (or dewpoint rises to the air temperature), then you have 100% relative humidity.
its humid as it gets closer to 100%, then it is called saturated at 100%
water vapor will condense :)
The relative humidity when it is raining is generally considered to be 100% since if it was lower the rain would evaporate before it reach the ground.
If the relative humidity is at 75%, the air is not holding it's maximuim amount of water vapor. If it was holding its maxumum amount it would be 100%. The formula for that is:Actual water vapor_______________ * 100 Equals the percentTotal water vapor
When the relative humidity reaches 100%, the dew point and air temperature are exactly the same and the weather is extremely humid and it is possible that it will be raining
is it humidity
It will be stiky and unconmfortable
Relative humidity means the percentage of water vapor in the air compared to the total amount that could be contained. Or the measure of the amount of water vapor that air is holding compared to the amount it can hold at a specific temperature. This is different at different temperatures. Here are a couple of sentences:1. The relative humidity is 10 percent.2. We studied relative humidity in class.3. Saturation air has a relative humidity of 100 percent.
100% is the highest relative humidity possible and the highest recorded.
100% is the highest Relative Humidity possible, and is met within fogs and clouds.
Since it's usually snowing, the relative humidity is near 100%.