You might have already felt what it would be like inside a cloud made of condensed water vapor.
Sweating is usually our body's way of stopping us from overheating. But if excess sweating is a problem for you, there's help.
Microscopically engineering surfaces could stop water leaving behind rings of residue as it dries.
High temperatures make droughts worse, right? Wrong: it's the other way around. Ahead of an El Niño summer that looks set to bring drought to much of Australia, here's a quick primer on how they form.
The cycle of evaporation and rainfall over the past 50 years has intensified at twice the rate predicted by climate change…