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Refers to the '''[[water vapor]]''' content in the '''[[atmosphere]]''', or the total '''[[water]]''', '''[[liquid]]''', '''[[solid]]''' or '''[[vapor]]''', in a given '''[[volume]]''' of '''[[air]]'''. Refers to the '''[[water vapor]]''' content in the '''[[atmosphere]]''', or the total '''[[water]]''', '''[[liquid]]''', '''[[solid]]''' or '''[[vapor]]''', in a given '''[[volume]]''' of '''[[air]]'''.
-== Also See ==+== '''Also See''' ==
*'''[[Snow]]''' *'''[[Snow]]'''
*'''[[Clouds]]''' *'''[[Clouds]]'''
*'''[[Evaporation]]''' *'''[[Evaporation]]'''
 +*'''[[Snow temperature gradient]]'''
*'''[[Freezing Point / Freeze]]''' *'''[[Freezing Point / Freeze]]'''
*'''[[Water]]''' *'''[[Water]]'''

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Moisture refers to the water vapor content in the atmosphere, or the total water, liquid, solid or vapor, in a given volume of air.
Moisture refers to the water vapor content in the atmosphere, or the total water, liquid, solid or vapor, in a given volume of air.

Refers to the water vapor content in the atmosphere, or the total water, liquid, solid or vapor, in a given volume of air.

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