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    Condensation on outside of windows

    Got central air installed a few months ago. Woke of this morning and most of the windows in my house were 'fogged up'. The condensation is on the outside of the windows, not the inside. I assume this was somehow caused by the AC. Is this a problem? What is the remedy? It was an extremely humid night, after a massive thunderstorm. I had my AC on 68.

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    If it got your house down to 68°F, thats the cause.
    The temp of windows cold enough for moisture to condense on them.
    Set your stat higher. Or get better windows, if you wish to stop keep it 68 in your house.
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