Let's talk Dew Point. We are entering the time of the year where this number means a lot. It is a measure of moisture in the air. The higher the number, the more humid it becomes and more uncomfortable it is on our skin. When the Dew Point and Air Temperature match up, that means there is 100% humidity, and that is when water condensates leading to Fog.
This is disgusting! It feels like a sauna when you walk outside... you're sticky and immediately want to take a shower, right?
Finally I want to show you a graphic that highlights the symptoms of heat stroke and heat exhaustion. If you experience any of these, take immediate action. It's going to be a long, hot week. Stay safe!