84 Fahrenheit is considered a warm temperature by most people’s standards. A comfortable temperature would be 70 to 73 degrees Fahrenheit and a cold temperature would be 60 degrees and below.
From a pure temperature perspective, when temperatures hit the 90 degree mark, you’re entering “hot” territory.
If you swim for fitness reasons, cooler temperatures of 78 to 84 degrees are recommended. Note: The ideal air temperature for these activities is 78-80 degrees; never higher than 82 degrees. The more aerobic the activity, the lower the air temperature needs to be.
Yes, 80 degrees is hot under certain conditions. The most comfortable temperatures that humans can endure are in the 70 degree Fahrenheit range. Once the temperatures hit the 80s, the discomfort begins.
About 68% of respondents identified a temperature between 85 and 95 degrees as too hot to enjoy, with 90 degrees being the turning point for about 22% of people.
c. “Warm” – initial water temperature in the range of 87 to 111 degrees F [31 to 44 degrees C]. i.e. “Cold” – initial water temperature up to 30 degrees C.
Cold: Any temperature that does not exceed 8°C (46°F). Room temperature: The temperature prevailing in a work area. Controlled Room Temperature: The thermostatically maintained temperature that encompasses the usual and customary working environment of 20°-25° (68°-77°F).
At this point, your water is about 85°C. You can also tell when the water has reached 85°C because you can hear a slight rattle from the bottom of the pot.
According to the World Health Organization, water temperatures in the range of 78 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit are generally comfortable and safe for those engaging in moderate physical activity in a pool.
Pool water temperatures are typically between 78 and 82 degrees. Anyone cooler than 78 and you can come out of the pool shivering. If it’s warmer than 82, you might feel like you’re taking a bath. So you could say that 78 degrees is the minimum pool temperature and anything over 82 degrees might be too warm.
In 80 degree weather, loose fabrics are definitely the way to go so the breeze can touch your skin and you don’t feel constricted. This look consists of a matching set with a lightweight, short-sleeved, button-down cotton shirt and loose-fitting shorts with a yellow and white striped pattern.
How warm does it have to be before you wear SHORTS? A new poll on YouGov.com asked people to name the lowest temperature they felt was warm enough to wear SHORTS outside. The most common answer was between 61 and 70, which received 25% of the votes. Between 71 and 80 came second with 23% of the vote.
In general it is safe to raise the indoor temperature to 80 degrees in summer and lower the indoor air temperature to 55 degrees in winter, but there are exceptions – for example if you live with a baby or an elderly or immunocompromised person.
Much of California has a Mediterranean climate with warm, dry summers and mild, wet winters. On the coast, the average daily maximum temperature hovers around 22°C and above, but can occasionally rise to 25°C or more on the hottest summer days; Freezing temperatures are rare even in winter.
According to the Department of Energy1, 78°F is the sweet spot for air conditioners to balance energy savings and comfort when people are at home and need cooling.