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Anjali Sharma

when it rains , why the temperature increase?

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Anjali Sharma, 9 months ago ago

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Anjali Sharma

I think it happens because when it rains , the droplets easily evaporates but the vapour could not go above . that's why the humidity increase and it feels like that. Isn't like that?

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Anjali Sharma, 9 months ago

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Anjali Sharma

Thnks Aishwarya .but it only happens when the temperature is high.

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Anjali Sharma, 9 months ago

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Muskan Sharma

The moisture present in the air doesn't allow the sweat on the surface of our body, so we get full of sweat and thought the temperature is high, but the temperature is not high, the humidity is high

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Muskan Sharma

Yes, you are right aishwarya, when the weather is likely to rain or the weather looks like rainy, at that period of water vapour or moisture is in large quantity in air results into high humidity. So the particles present in the air doesn't allow the sweat on the surface of our body.

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Aishwarya Singh

Its not the increase in temperature.. humidity increases which cause sweating more

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