Weather is a combination of temperature, as measured with dry-bulb readings, and humidity, as measured with wet-bulb readings.

OK, and dry-bulb temperature is what again?

Dry-bulb temperature is the reading from a standard thermostat.

Yes, and wet-bulb temperature is…?

Similar to dry-bulb, of course, but wet-bulb temperature is the reading from a thermostat wrapped in a wetted wick.

For now, Snapmeter’s weather analytics do not include cloud cover or whether or not it’s raining.

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