Building Science-Window Condensation

As I write this blog, a good portion of the nation is experiencing very cold temperatures with high winds.  I’m currently sitting at -9°F with a windchill or feels like temp of -38°F.  Chatting with a good friend in Kansas City recently, he was impressed by the below zero temperature readings.  (He was actually begging me to stop sharing and keep the nasty weather in Minnesota.)  Because of the weather, I’ve been receiving emails and DMs on Instagram about how people’s houses are reacting to this weather extreme.  Window condensation has been one of the more frequently asked questions, so I figured I’d cover that topic in a blog post.

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