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Asked by  | 7th Jun, 2009, 12:05: AM

Expert Answer:

There's a thing called "Humidity Saturation" which is the maximum amount of water vapor the air can hold. As heat goes up maximum saturation goes up, so its actually just absorbing as much as it can, its not directly because its hot. Though this limit to how much air can hold  rises with temperature but still the rise can't  evaporate the water of earth.

Answered by  | 7th Jun, 2009, 10:26: AM

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