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Weekly Summary for December 20, 2017 Units:  Metric    English   Both
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  High: Low: Average:
Temperature: 12.4 °C -0.8 °C 4.8 °C
Dew Point: 10.8 °C -6.1 °C -0.2 °C
Humidity: 99 % 47 % 73 %
Wind Speed: 22.5 km/h - 4.3 km/h
Wind Gust: 33.8 km/h - -
Pressure: 1026.3 hPa 1002.9 hPa -
Precipitation: 7.1 mm    
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2017 Temp (°C) Dew Point (°C) Humidity (%) Sea Level Pressure (hPa) Wind (km/h) Gust Speed (km/h) Precipitation (cm)
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Humidity: Humidity is the amount of water vapor in the air. The term "humidity" refers to relative humidity. Relative humidity is defined as the amount of water vapor in a sample of air compared to the maximum amount of water vapor the air can hold at any specific temperature in a form of 0 to 100%. Relative humidity is important in forecasting weather. Humidity indicates the likelihood of precipitation, dew, or fog. High humidity makes people feel hotter outside in the summer because it reduces the effectiveness of sweating to cool the body by preventing the evaporation of perspiration from the skin.