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why does a desert cooler cool better on a hot dry day ?

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    I assume you are referring to those bags hooked on the front of 18 wheelers. Water evaporates better on hot dry days and evaporation is the secret of cooling. It works with the human body also. We sweat, it evaporates, we get cool.

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