# Why aerosol forms when you take a hot shower in a very cold day? [closed]

When temperature is about $$\pu{17 ^\circ C}$$ and I open the hot shower in maximum temperature (for a common electric shower) the air gets almost immediately full of droplets and this lasts the entire bath.

I guess there is water vapor in the air and it gets cooled fast and condenses. If this is true, I don't get where the vapor comes from.

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• I guess you heard about mist? Or that water vaporises? – Mithoron Aug 10 at 21:20
• @Mithoron Yes, I did. As you can see in my question. I understand the vaporization of water, and its condensation. My questions is not about those generic phenomena but about the specific situation. – Gustavo Aug 10 at 21:47