When you’re dealing with a ballpark like the Mets, the humidity meters can help you make your ballpark feel more like home.
And now, it seems that the humidity sensors in your baseball games are a lot more sophisticated than they used to be.
According to the New York Times, the Marlins have installed a humidity meter that measures the relative humidity levels of each stadium, allowing them to better identify which areas are the most humid.
The Marlins’ humidity meter measures a total of 24 points, which are measured against a 10-point level.
That means it can be used to determine which areas to focus on for a certain number of pitches, or to determine the level of humidity at specific spots on the field.
The Marlins have also developed their own humidity measurement system, with a more precise accuracy, according to the Times.
The meter, which is powered by a laptop, has an integrated sensor, which can measure humidity in any part of the stadium, from the parking lot to the outfield, and can tell you when it’s “just right.”
The Marlins also have a proprietary algorithm that analyzes the data, and when the humidity levels in a stadium fall below a certain threshold, the algorithm tells the team what to do.
If you want to get a feel for what the Marlins are measuring, check out their website.
The team is also giving away a new humidifier to fans who participate in a three-week humidification campaign in the park.
This will allow fans to keep their humidifiers in the ballpark during game times.
If there’s anything that you want the Mets to know about the humidity sensor, here’s what you need to know.