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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill O View Post
    That's a great answer. The typical meteorologist would give you a four paragraph explanation that just leaves you more confused.

    Another way to look at it. It's the temperature your cold glass needs to be to get condensation on it. That's why in the summer you get water on the outside of a cold drink, but not in the winter.
    Does the content of the glass have any effect on the amount of condensation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by inthebeginning View Post
    Does the content of the glass have any effect on the amount of condensation?
    Sure does, a big cold glass of lemonade, after working in the yard on a hot day, doesn't stay in my glass long enough to form condensation!
    Gene .. just one more Swamp Yankee from RI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RI Swamp Yankee View Post
    Sure does, a big cold glass of lemonade, after working in the yard on a hot day, doesn't stay in my glass long enough to form condensation!
    And an ice cold bottle of beer on a hot, humid summer night never lasts long enough to gather condensation either :-)
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