illy dilly wrote:Sounds damned delightful if ya ask me!
Must have rained last night there? 43% humidity is a lot for the Playa isn't it?
It depends on the time of day.
As air temperature changes, so does its ability to hold moisture.
Cold air can hold less moisture, so as temperatures drop in the evening, the air becomes more saturated (humid) even though the actual amount of water in the air stays the same.
Here are some graphs (they are live) from my backyard (high desert ~120 miles away). It's dry here. No major systems moved through in the last few days but you'll see that the the humidity (bottom graph) is all over the place. Notice how it corrolates with the temp graph.