I’m so excited to share with you this free printable dew point chart that I created. As an amateur weather enthusiast, I’ve always found dew point to be one of the most useful measurements in predicting humidity and the chance of precipitation. However, most weather charts only include temperature and fail to account for dew point.
After doing some research, I decided to make my own dew point chart to reference. The chart includes various dew point temperatures and the corresponding humidity levels and comfort levels. It’s color-coded for quick visual reference. Low dew points are in blue and indicate dry air, while high dew points are in red to show humid, muggy conditions.
Making the chart was fairly easy thanks to some helpful tables I found online. I simply compiled the data into an Excel spreadsheet, formatted it, and added some explanatory text. The finished product is a concise one-page PDF chart that’s perfect for printing out.
One of the things I love most about the chart is that it provides useful information at a glance. By checking the dew point each day, I can get a good sense of what to expect weather-wise. And since it’s formatted to print on a single page, I can stick it on my fridge or desk for easy access.
I hope this free printable dew point chart is useful for you as well! Having an understanding of dew point gives much greater insight into humidity and cloud formation than temperature alone. Feel free to print out this chart and reference it anytime you want to check the atmospheric moisture levels. Let me know if you have any other weather tool suggestions!