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Why is my room so humid at night?

Over night, the dry bulb temperature falls. The relative humidity goes up when the air is cooler because it has less ability to hold humidity. The relative humidity is lower when daytime air has more volume. Is this true? The fog forms when the temperature is at thedew point.

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