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Does pool water evaporate in cold weather

Does water evaporate faster in cold weather?

Kenneth Rodriguez|11 days ago
1/24/2005 · Does hot water evaporate faster in cold weather? Seems that my spa outside is requiring more replenishment of water than usual. There are no leaks. We are using it about twice a day (mainly me, my wife's too chicken to go outside naked in 10 degree weather with 20-30 mph gusts) :p: I'm keeping it at 103 degrees. It's like nirvana when you walk through frigid temps to get to those hot, …

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Thomas Walker|27 days ago
A screened pool will evaporate less than an unscreened pool. A pool surrounded by a fence, trees or a structure will evaporate less than a pool that's facing an open sky. A pool that isn't on a lake, golf course or other large piece of land will evaporate less than a pool that is. • Temperature.

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Paul Roberts|20 days ago
6/16/2016 · At a constant air pressure, evaporation rate is governed by the ambient temperature and the humidity of the surrounding air. In still air at 100% humidity, water will not evaporate at all, even in very warm temperatures. Cold weather generally res...

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Charles Anderson|14 days ago
1/11/2010 · I live in Arkansas and have a swimming pool. I have been running 24/7 so it does not freeze in the cold snap we have had. My question is with the temps in the single digets is it normal for the water to evaporate about an inch a day?

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James Jackson|23 days ago
8/10/2014 · The cool nights directly cause water evaporation-if your pool water is warm with the night air cool you can see water mist (looks like steam) rising over the water. The evaporation rate is directly proportional to the difference between the pool water temp and the air temp (assuming humidity is …

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Robert Carter|17 days ago
10/22/2007 · So the evaporation is much faster when the water is hotter, and 100 % relative humidity means a higher concentration of water in the air when it’s hot than when it’s cold. So that’s probably where the impression arises that water shouldn’t evaporate when it’s cold. One interesting case of cold water evaporating occurs in your freezer.

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Ronald Lee|2 days ago
Why Does Warm Water Evaporate Quicker Than Cold Water? ... A greater number of molecules occur on the surface of a wide pool as opposed to a narrow pool. As a result, more molecules are heated and liberated during the day, proving the first factor required for evaporation. ... Why Does Warm Water Evaporate Quicker Than Cold Water? Warm Water ...

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Steven Brown|17 days ago
5/28/2008 · It was still 77 degrees this morning, but the overnight temperature was 66, and today it stayed in the low 70's and dropped to 60 by dinner. It is going to be 49 tonight, and the pool is still 75 degrees. That 25 degree difference is going to evaporate a lot of water, correct? This is unusually cold weather, even for our area.

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George Parker|15 days ago
In that way, your can determine how much water has evaporated from the bucket and from the pool. The evaporation rate of water from a swimming pool is fairly easy to calculate; given you have ...

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Charles King|14 days ago
When water is hot, the molecules move much faster leading to a quicker evaporation. If the air is dry, you will see that even a cup of cold water will gradually evaporate away. If there's enough moisture in the air, however, there may be more water molecules coming in from the air than there are leaving the water. In that case the water level ...

What to do if Your Pool Loses Water in the Winter

Ronald Williams|2 days ago
11/27/2017 · The water will pass through a chlorinator in some pool filter systems. Water on the pump room floor is an indication of a leak if the pool loses water in the winter while the motor is on. Florida may have cold weather during part of the winter, but the temperatures warm up quickly when the days get longer in the spring.

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Ronald Adams|16 days ago
How fast does swimming pool water evaporate? ... skin makes you feel cold and the wind helps evaporate the water faster. ... that much water to evaporate. It also depends on weather conditions ...

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George Carter|7 days ago
5/27/2010 · So there are really only two questions you need to answer to know if there is a lot of water evaporation over the winter. 1) Does the air have more absolute amount of water in it and 2) Is the water temperature still warm. If you stop heating the pool and let the water cool during the winter, then the rate of water evaporation will drop ...

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Ronald Miller|30 days ago
5/27/2010 · Re: How much water evaporates in winter, if any ? I took my solid cover off of my 18x36 inground pool this past Saturday. 3 of the straps had broken because of the snow in February so there was about a 3 inch by 8 foot gap on the one side which was a way for water to evaporate for the last 3 - 4 months that had never been there in the past 7 years.

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John Hernandez|23 days ago
4/27/2018 · The more humid the air immediately above the water is, the longer it takes to evaporate because if the air is already filled with water vapor, it cannot accommodate extra vapor. For example, if you live in the desert, the water evaporates much faster in an area with no other water than it does if the water is next to a lake.

Why Does My Pool Lose Water Over the Winter?

Steven Wright|19 days ago
1/23/2016 · It is quite common for a pool to lose water over the winter. There are several reasons why a pool could lose hundreds of gallons of water gradually over the colder seasons. If the pool water continues to gradually decrease, the first and most common reason may be a …