Uh oh...sounds like I need to do some reading on dew points! I assume a low dew point occurs when it's cooler outside and results in less humidity?
Originally Posted by DCWavyLady
Many of the tv weather people have switched over to using dewpoint, rather than humidity, in the last year or two. It's a more accurate descriptor of the amount of moisture in the air. 40-60 is average, 30 and below is low, 70 and above is oppressive.

I live outside of Philly, our summers can be hot and humid, while our winters can have dewpoints in the negative numbers! Not dissimilar to DC!
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