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Does water evaporate more in dry air than in humid air?

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Yes because dry air has little to no water in it. Humid air already has a lot so the conversion is much slower. Example-Your skin. There is a big difference between 95 degrees in Florida and 95 degrees in Arizona. read more

In very hot, humid weather you might feel the air is heavier because moving around seems to take more energy than on dry days. Sticky days probably feel “heavier” because heat and high humidity slows the evaporation of perspiration, your body grows hotter and this saps your strength. read more

In Arizona the humidity is low because there is very little surface water to evaporate and saturate the air so the skin starts the natural cooling effect by sweating and as it evaporates it feels cooler. read more

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