1. Describe the relationship between dry bulb temperature, wet bulb temperature, dewpoint temperature, and relative humidity.
2. Describe typical day and night (diurnal) variations in air temperature and relative humidity.
3. Determine relative humidity, dewpoint, and wet bulb temperatures using a psychrometric table.
4. Describe the effects of topography, vegetation, clouds, and wind on air temperature and relative humidity.
5. Describe the temperature and relative humidity characteristics of continental and maritime air masses.