How High Does the Humidity Have to Be so a Swamp Cooler Won't Work?

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The humidity won't make the swamp cooler (also known as an evaporative cooler) not work - it will just be less effective. At 90 degrees and 10% humidity the temperature coming out of the cooler will be 65 degrees. At 90 degrees and 50% humidity the air coming out will be at 75 degrees.
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