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When it reaches a certain temperature — known as the dew point — any excess moisture will condense out onto surfaces, such as leaves.
It was during a weekend, on a morning when the streets were still vacant and the dew was patterned and crisp across the neighborhood fences.
A station plot The basic station plot shows temperature, dew point, wind direction, wind speed, cloud cover, precipitation, and air pressure, which are all measured at weather stations around the globe.
HOW TO READ A SURFACE WEATHER MAPDENNIS MERSEREAUOCTOBER 15, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
On those monstrous afternoons where the dew point is in the mid-70s, covering your airways while running really doesn’t enhance the experience—or it does, depending on what kind of experience you’re looking for.
Mary is fair as the morning dew— Cheeks of roses and ribbons of blue!
A present remedy of all is the speedy coming of a cloud, and a dew that meeteth it, by the heat that cometh, shall overpower it.
The falling dew, and the howling wind raised him not from that bed of lonely despair.
I ain't a gwine ter back daown naow; but I dew jest wish Jeff Hyer wuz along.
RAMONAHELEN HUNT JACKSON
Her beauty seemed fresh made; he thought of a wild rose washed by the dew and sparkling in the sunlight.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
Her feet were bare, and drops of dew she had shaken from the branches hung in her loose-flying hair.

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