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So we're seeing that the closer we are to the humidifier, the higher are humidity readings are. We also know that areas with fog have really high humidity.
But what is really happening with the water in the humidifier when we try to catch it (knowing we need it for fog based on our weather data)? Trying to catch it in our hands (or mouths) wasn't really working.
So we tried catching it on some clear petri dishes Mrs. Brinza had laying around, and we noticed some pretty cool stuff (since we weren't convinced that it was water leaving the humidfiier). We had a great discussion about it and decided it might be good to model what was really happening when something leaves the humidifier, since models can help explain things we can't see. Here's our consensus model: