Shooting began on August 23, frequently interrupted by rain and thunderstorms, fog and humidity.
Dehydration, in heat and humidity as well as dry winter weather, is a major headache trigger.
In the mines, men toil in humidity that is almost suffocating.
The atmosphere is heady, the air is thick with humidity, and the landscape is beautifully untouched by the modern world.
The unit features three unlabeled controls, as well as a digital display of the current temperature and humidity.
He must shield himself from the humidity of the air; where shall he procure materials?
The haze varies with the temperature and humidity of the atmosphere.
The heat and humidity were both high, and they were sweating before a quarter mile was covered.
The enervating heat and humidity of perpetually cloudy Thymis.
The whole of the observations of temperature and humidity were of necessity eye-observations.
humidity hu·mid·i·ty (hyōō-mĭd'ĭ-tē)
Dampness, especially of the air.
The amount of water vapor in the air. Humidity is measured in two ways: (1) Absolute humidity is the percentage of water vapor actually present in the air. (2) Relative humidity is the absolute humidity divided by the amount of water that could be present in the air. Relative humidity indicates the degree of comfort or discomfort one feels from the humidity, because it indicates the amount of perspiration that can evaporate from the skin.