In damper areas (and Pittsburgh, PA is definitely a damper area; the top of Laurel Mountain just to the east, which is the western edge of the Appalachian Mountains, is officially a temperate rain forest) - anyway, in damper areas, the humidity is mostly responsible for how comfortable one is when outdoors. The best way to follow this is with the dew point. While you can configure the System Tray tooltip to show the dew point temperature, it would be nice if: 1. One could have, as an option, the number in the system tray represent not temperature, not "feels like" temperature, but the dew point. It isn't as good for instant measurements, but for tracking changes in the humidity over time, it's probably the best. 2. It would be great to be able to see a graph of the dew point over the past few days or weeks right in Weather Watcher. Thankd for listening.