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2020-10-16T13:25:10Z

What is dew, how is it formed, and what are its benefits

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الباقة المميزة
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Arab Weather - Dew is one of the forms of condensation, and it refers to the water droplets that form during the night, especially in the hours of dawn and early morning on tree leaves, grass, car roofs, window glass, and other surfaces, and the dew is in the form of frost when temperatures drop below a degree Antifreeze.

How is dew formed ..?

Dew is formed when the surface temperature drops below the dew point, and the degree of dew is the degree at which water vapor is transformed from a gaseous state to a liquid state on the surfaces.

The importance of dew is in the following:

The importance of dew is that it is an important source of soil moisture and plants in arid and semi-arid regions. Dew reduces water loss from plants and soil because it contributes to slowing the process of evaporation and transpiration for a period of time.

Dew has many conditions, the most prominent of which are:

• The temperature of solid bodies falls below the dew point.

• Clear ambiance and no cloud cover.

• The stillness of the air and the lack of its movement.

ArabiaWeather Company is not responsible for the material displayed or published in ArabiaWeather Blogs, and bloggers are therefore fully responsible for their writings.

ArabiaWeather Company shall not be responsible for any republication. The materials published in the “Arabia Weather Blogs” in the various media, which puts anyone who publishes these blogs in the name of the Arabia Weather or quoting the Arabia Weather under liability and legal accountability.
This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.

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