The highest humidity ever recorded was a 95 degrees Fahrenheit dew point in Saudi Arabia in 2003. The dew point is correlated with relative humidity; theoretically, humidity could reach saturation at 100 percent and ther... More »

According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the highest triglyceride level ever reported was 3,165 milligrams per deciliter or 21 times the healthy level of 150 milligrams per deciliter in 1998. Triglycerides, a dan... More »

The highest recorded non-tornadic wind speed is 253 mph, which was recorded during the tropical cyclone Olivia, a category 4 cyclone, at Barrow Island, Australia on April 10, 1996. The record was officially confirmed by ... More »

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To calculate dew point, you need to know the current temperature and relative humidity, and then solve the equation Td = T - ((100 - RH) / 5) for Td, which stands for the dew point temperature in degrees Celsius. This eq... More »

The word "dew" refers to small drops of water formed from moisture condensation in the atmosphere. The temperature at which the water vapor becomes a liquid at the same rate as it evaporates at a given atmospheric pressu... More »

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Relative humidity is defined as the amount of atmospheric moisture present, divided by the amount of moisture that would be present if the air were completely saturated. This ratio is typically expressed as a percentage.... More »

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Cumulus clouds are comprised of water droplets, water vapor, super-cooled water droplets and ice crystals (when the freezing point is in the middle of the cloud), according to Northern Michigan University. Cumulus clouds... More »