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In the gallery above my photos will appear in a random slide show starting with the most recent. Although a slide show runs in this block you can click on a photo which should take you to my SmugMug pages. To the right under any photo is an info button; if you click on it you will see a map where the photo was taken if I geotagged it. Enjoy them!
Meanwhile the current weather in North Chatham, Massachusetts from my weather station appears below. When you look at the weather report there note that there are measurements for the dew point and relative humidity. Dew point is by far the better measurement of how humid the air feels. This is because dew point is a measurement of how much humidity is in the air, no ifs, ands or buts about it. Relative humidity tells you how much humidity is in the air compared with how much can be in the air at the temperature the air happens to be when you measure it. This means that the relative humidity goes down as the temperature goes up even though the amount of water vapor in the air (humidity) remains the same. A good general rule of thumb is that when the dew point is between 60 and 70 degrees F most people will think it's humid. When the dew point tops 70, almost everyone will feel uncomfortably humid. When it tops 80, as it rarely does anywhere in the USA, it's likely to set records.