Question: What is the highest dew point ever recorded?

The highest dew point ever recorded, 95°F (35°C), was recorded at Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, on July 8, 2003. With an air temperature of 108°F (42°C) the heat index was 178°F (81°C).

What is the highest the dew point can be?

95 degrees The worlds highest reported dew point is 95 degrees, recorded on July 8, 2003, at Dhahran, Saudi Arabia on the Persian Gulf. With a 95-degree dew point, the lowest possible heat index there (temperature also 95 degrees) would be 161.

Can the dew point reach 100?

In simplest terms, the dew point is the temperature to which the air must be cooled in order for it to become saturated. Once the air temperature and dew point meet, the air becomes saturated and the relative humidity reaches 100%. The dew point can never be higher than the air temperature.

Which state has the highest dew point?

Highest Dew Point Measurements in the United States But it was during the July heat wave of 1995 that the highest dew point of all was measured in the Upper Midwest: 90° at Appleton, Wisconsin at 5 p.m. on July 13th of that summer.

What is the lowest dew point ever recorded?

The worlds lowest recorded relative humidity value occurred at Coober Pedy in the South Australia desert when the temperature was 93 degrees and the dew point was minus 21 degrees producing a relative humidity of 1 percent.

Does dew form at 100% humidity?

Dew Point = Temperature when RH = 100% Because air holds less water when cooler, something will happen when relative humidity is at 100%. Fog will form, dew will form, or a super saturated condition will exist. Sometimes the air temperature does not reach a humidity of 100%, yet dew is observed.

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