Higher temperatures make higher levels of humidity possible. This is because warm air is capable of holding more moisture than cold air. Warm air has a stronger bond to water molecules, making the air feel drier and allo... More »

Temperature can either inhibit or encourage the growth of fungi like mold. Most common molds cannot grow at or below 39 degrees Fahrenheit, which is why it is recommended to keep freezers and other refrigeration equipmen... More »

Increased temperatures accelerate the rate of evaporation, while decreased temperatures slow down the process. First of all, heating of the liquid energizes the molecules, allowing them to escape and move into the air. S... More »

The seven weather elements are temperature, air pressure, cloud formation, humidity, precipitation, sunshine and wind velocity. These are the weather elements that are charted to enhance safety and quality of life. More »

High humidity is generally regarded as the dew point temperature being at or only a few degrees below the measured air temperature. Dew point is the temperature at which water vapor condenses on surfaces, such as when mo... More »

The AcuRite remote weather sensor is a solar-powered weather station that collects and digitizes weather information concerning temperature, wind speed, humidity, wind direction and rainfall. It then broadcasts the data ... More »

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The average temperature in Canada varies by season and area, with the highest temperatures registering in July, when Toronto hits an average high of 81 F. The coldest months are January and February. More »

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