All 50 US States Ranked by Humidity [Report 2021]

Humidity is the volume of water vapor or water molecules in the air. The ideal humidity level is between 30% to 50%. But most of the US states average humidity is above 70%. Among all other states, Nevada has the lowest humidity score and Iowa has the highest.

Check out the detailed ranking of 50 US States ranked by humidity in percentage.



Data of Humidity by States

1. Iowa82.01%
2. New Hampshire81.86%
3. Alaska81.46%
4. Maine80.76%
5. North Dakota80.74%
6. Minnesota80.61%
7. South Dakota80.54%
8. Montana80.40%
9. California80.36%
10. Colorado79.71%
11. Oregon79.55%
12. Idaho79.51%
13. Wyoming79.50%
14. Arizona79.40%
15. Kansas79.37%
16. Connecticut79.34%
17. Washington79.13%
18. Nebraska78.87%
19. West Virginia78.30%
20. Nevada78.26%
21. Pennsylvania78.11%
22. Missouri78.07%
23. Ohio77.91%
24. District of Columbia77.49%
25. Rhode Island77.17%
26. Wisconsin77.14%
27. North Carolina77.05%
28. Florida77.05%
29. Texas76.95%
30. Illinois76.94%
31. Arkansas76.92%
32. Vermont76.91%
33. Virginia76.77%
34. Oklahoma76.76%
35. New Mexico76.63%
36. Alabama76.49%
37. Kentucky76.42%
38. Indiana75.86%
39. Georgia75.76%
40. Mississippi75.73%
41. Louisiana75.71%
42. New York75.60%
43. Tennessee75.32%
44. Massachusetts75.08%
45. Utah74.85%
46. Michigan74.78%
47. Hawaii74.64%
48. South Carolina74.62%
49. Maryland74.35%
50. Delaware72.02%

Considering the above statistics, the average humidity of the US’s states is a little bit higher. However, many states have lower humidity, such as Arizona, New Mexico, and many more! Most of the countries with lower humidity levels are situated in the West. Again, both higher and least humidity is not comfortable for regular life.

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