why is ones breath visible in cold, but not in hot weather?

why is ones breath visible in cold, but not in hot weather?
Category: General Reference 9 years ago
sarala
Asked 9 years ago

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Breath's transit from internal hot conditions to the external cold conditions is the reason for the visibility of breath. In hot weather practically there won't be difference of temperature externally and internally
rambabu
Answered 7 years ago
rambabu

Our breadth is hot as compare to the outside temperature. Our breath evaporates as it comes outside due to coldness.
Bol Bachchan
Answered 6 years ago
Bol Bachchan

because the air is cold and breadth is hot so it creates vapours
arjun sai
Answered 8 years ago
arjun sai

dnt knw
Aakash Agarwal
Answered 7 years ago
Aakash Agarwal

Very simple when hot air come in the contact with cool air it vaporated.
anil
Answered 7 years ago
anil

Breaths is in a hot temperature and air is in a cold
sreevani
Answered 7 years ago
sreevani

because the air we breathe out starts cooling and contains more watervapour then the water vapor in the surrounding air which makes it visible.
ajay
Answered 9 years ago
ajay

Breathe is hot and air is cool.
V.R.JOTHIBASSU
Answered 7 years ago
V.R.JOTHIBASSU

Breath is hot so we cannot see in the hot condition.
Sasikanth
Answered 7 years ago
Sasikanth

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