You probably know that every time you breathe in, you draw oxygen into your
lungs, and every time you breathe out, you expel carbon dioxide. Both of these ...
Well, all people breathe out air, but I think what you're asking is why you can see
your breath if it's really cold out. And the reason may not be what you expect.
Your breath is reasonably warm and humid (i.e., it has invisible water vapor as a
... On some days when you go outside after a cool night, you will see water on ...
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Jan 2, 2013 ... Jan 2, 2013; 5:00 AM ET When and why can you see your breath on a cold winter
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Jan 20, 2015 ... Quick Questions explains how cold winter air triggers the same processes that
form clouds, fog, and dew … so you can see your breath! Hosted ...
When you exhale when it's cold outside, the water vapor in your breath
condenses into lots of tiny droplets of liquid water and ice (solid water) that you
can see ...
Jun 22, 2007 ... Given the right combination of conditions you could see your breath in ... The
temperature will fluctuate and can be as high as 47-48 degrees.
Apr 27, 2004 ... Visible Breath Q. Under what conditions can you see your breath? ...
Meteorologists can chart the points where temperatures and humidities ...
On a cold day, the air you exhale cools rapidly and enters a state where ...
Marilyn: When it's cold outside, sometimes you can see your breath; ...
Jun 23, 2011 ... Your breath contains water – gaseous water. Air is wet anyway, but when it
comes out of you, it contains more water. You're quite a watery thing ...