Your AC and Dry Summer Air—Some Facts

Monday, April 1st, 2019

woman-in-front-of-fan-hand-on-headAs you plan for the warmer weather of the middle of the year, you may not have considered dry conditions. But this is definitely something to think about, since humidity can drop down to “very dry” during midsummer. For example, during July the average morning relative humidity is 39% and the average afternoon humidity is 22%. When relative humidity drops below 30%, that’s considered too dry. (Too humid is when relative humidity is higher than 60%.)

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