There's an important combination of temperature and humidity. For example, on 100% humidity, it's 31 ℃ or 88 °F where human body may be unable to maintain its core temperature by evaporating sweat. It's 38 ℃ or 100 °F on 60% humidity.
Which means, the app should be able to monitor the combination of these conditions and alert users.
See this article: https://theconversation.com/how-hot-is- ... ize-185593
It's easy. Both data are already used by the app, it's just some additional code lines to monitor them.
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