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Here's why humidity makes you feel hotter

Ever wondered why weather forecasters give you a “feels like” temperature? Humidity can change how hot you actually feel. Your body uses sweat to cool itself off. However, on humid days, your body doesn’t efficiently rid itself of sweat and heat, creating a higher risk of heat stroke.

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