Why are some regions much more humid than others?



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    Humidity is caused by moisture, or water vapor, that is trapped in the air, created a heavy sensation. The trapped water vapor is essentially steam, which makes it feel hotter. Areas that are humid tend to border large bodies of water, like oceans or seas, because winds blow water vapor off these bodies into the air on land. Areas devoid of water, like deserts, have low humidity because there is no water in the air. This is why Florida is so humid, it is surrounded by tropical waters, from the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean to the Everglades.

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