The relative humidity is very high today. It is the fraction of water vapor in the air expressed as a percentage of the level where it condenses to a fog.
as a percentage
Relative humidity and is expressed as a percentage. Absolute humidity is expressed as a concentration - mg/L. Specific humidity is a ratio of masses - water to air in a finite volume.
Relative humidity is the amount of water vapor present in the air which is expressed as a percentage of the amount needed for saturation. It has to do with climate control.
It is called relative humidity and it is expressed in percentages.
Air humidity measurements are based on the water content of the air, expressed as volume percentage: Relative Humidity = percentage of saturation at a given temperature Absolute Humidity = percentage of water in the air, regardless of saturation or temperature. The humidity that is talked about in weather reports, is relative humidity.
why is relative humidity more useful than humidity?
Relative humidity is measured in %.
If there is no change in the amount of atmospheric moisture, humidity will decrease as the temperature warms. Remember that relative humidity is relative to the amount of moisture the air can hold. If you keep the moisture constant and increase the temperature (increase the amount of moisture the air can hold), you'll have a smaller fraction, and therefore a lower relative humidity.
Yes. It is the percentage of the maximum water vapor content for a given temperature.
The relative humidity decreases