According to sciencedirect.com, relative humidity of the air is defined as the ratio of the vapor pressure of the air to its saturation vapor pressure.
I am too. Basically, all you need to know is humidity sucks. There you go. Simple enough?
So, I guess you’re going to ask why I’m still discussing humidity when it’s Autumn, the time of year when the air is crisp and cool.
It sucks outside. Right now, at this moment in time, 6:17 PM on October 10, 2021, the humidity is 92%. Now, I’m not sure if that’s relative humidity but it’s uncomfortable as heck and it’s making me very crabby.
Moving on. I saved a turtle yesterday. The people in my neighborhood drive like Elsie Ave. is a racetrack and they leave flattened turtles in their wake. However, yesterday I managed to save a little snapping turtle. Yea, me.
Okay, now I feel better.
But seriously, if the humidity sticks around much longer I might just run into the river screaming.
Blessed be. :}
Mi manchi, mia amata immortale.