Facts about Condensation and Moisture
Condensation occurs when humidity is high and/or temperature is low. The important point to remember is “warm air has more ability to hold moisture than cold air”.
“Moisture” is water in all forms, including: vapor, liquid, ice, or frost. Air always contains some moisture in vapor form. The moisture vapor in outside air comes from evaporation of water from lakes, rivers, and oceans.
What is Relative Humidity?
Relative Humidity (RH) is the percentage of water vapor present in the air, relative to the maximum amount of moisture that the air can hold at that temperature.