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... but no one ever does anything about it We reached 101F today with a "feels like" of 117 . The humidity is going down just a bit , HIF is down to 109 . Take that Lucydad , Houston is actually more comfortable than Muskogee , and usually is AC is struggling to keep up , REALLY glad I don't have to work in this stuff anymore Dusty
Wouldn't the higher humidity be beneficial for air cooled engines?
Trust me , the HIF is real , 100 F with dew points in the 40's is fairly comfortable in the shade , 90 F with dew points in the 70's is uncomfortable , shade or no shade . Dusty
I don't believe metal knows the difference , except that humid air is more dense , easier to make HP. Dusty
And right there you wrote the magic words. Terry
Uh Dusty highly humid air is LESS dense than dry air. Air molecular weight is about 28 and the more water that is mixed in with its mw at 18, the mixture gets lighter or less dense....just for future reference
it got hot here today. Even when I was BBQ-ing dinner at 6:30 it was 97. Hot in the summer. It's always news every year.
... but no one ever does anything about it ....
Getting ready to go to OSHKOSH for the annual fly in/campout. Maybe I should get extra batteries for my fan?
.......But without a lot more information than they're giving us, the heat index is completely useless.<\rant>
But it , like a lot of media generated hype, makes additional sensational info that the TV "meteorologist" can report. I put meteorologist in quotes because most of these weather men are no more than reporters like Al Roker who doesn't have a degree or formal education in anything remotely to weather but yet, is NBC's weather authority.
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