# At colder temperatures, the air can hold more water because the air molecules are closer together and thus more capable

At colder temperatures, the air can hold more water because the air molecules are closer together and thus more capable of supporting water.

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## This Post Has 4 Comments

1. wendybhenry61391 says:

That is true more water means more molecules

2. lizredrose5 says:

That is true more water means more molecules

3. serenityarts123 says:

At -40 °C (-40 °F), however, it can hold no more than 0.2 percent. When a volume of air at a given temperature holds the maximum amount of water vapour, the air is said to be saturated. Relative humidity is the water-vapour content of the air relative to its content at saturation.

4. nana54muller says:

True, more molecules means more water