In hot, dry climates water can cool the air through a process known as evaporative cooling. As the air comes into contact with water, some of the water is absorbed. The water is then transformed to water vapor in a gaseous form. To maintain equilibrium, heat from the air is then transferred to the cooler water vapor molecules, leaving the air feeling cooler.
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