humidex


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humidex

Canadian a scale indicating the levels of heat and humidity in current weather conditions
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The final datasets included the following weather/climate variables: apparent temperature ([degrees]C), humidex, mean visibility (km), mean wind speed (m/s), precipitation (mm), and cloud cover (%).
Analysis of the UK Meteorological Office climate record for Doha last year, seen by the Guardian, showed that according to the Humidex measure, it was not safe for an acclimatised person to do even moderately strenuous work outside, for 1,176 hours, including night time.
Daily mean humidex was chosen as the time-varying temperature metric because previous work has shown that it is more strongly associated with mortality than air temperature in the study area (Henderson et al.
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El primero de ellos fue el Humidex, que indica cual es la temperatura efectiva que el individuo percibe bajo ciertas condiciones de humedad y temperatura (Capelli de Steffens et al.
ct] are the humidex, wind speed and cloud cover, respectively; [z.
Heat Advisory - humidex of 36 or more for a least two consecutive days
But sitting in my air-conditioned office on a day when the humidex reads 40 degrees Celsius, I reflect on my short (and colder) time in the Arctic.
The air can be either humid or extremely dry during heat waves; a combination of high temperature and high humidity can produce a humidex value (a measure of the body's perception of air temperature) in the high 40s ([degrees]C), which is extremely dangerous.
Dew points are frequently over 25[degrees]C (77[degrees]F), and the humidex reading climbs above 40[degrees] (104[degrees]F) daily.
A Humidex Air Quality exhaust machine will be installed and a final air test conducted.
There are entire regions of the globe that don't know what a wind chill is, or how to interpret a humidex reading.