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Why higher humidity makes you feel hotter

Why higher humidity makes you feel hotter

(1:32) The science behind why you feel hotter when it's humid. For those accustomed to Celsius, 88 F = 31 C, and 110 F = 43 C. That's hot!

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (92 days ago)

One of my favourite ways to keep cool on really hot nights - fill a hot water bottle with ice.

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One of my favourite ways to keep cool on really hot nights - fill a hot water bottle with ice.

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WellHungarian WellHungarian (92 days ago)
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Hot air rises, so sleep on the floor on a camping mat (in a groundfloor room if bedrooms are upstairs).

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Hot air rises, so sleep on the floor on a camping mat (in a groundfloor room if bedrooms are upstairs).

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Why higher humidity makes you feel hotter
Why higher humidity makes you feel hotter