I grew up in the northeast, where summertime is mostly 80-90 degree weather (I think 95 was the highest I ever experienced), but humidity generally 75% or higher. When I visited Las Vegas a few years ago at the end of the summer, it was around 100 degrees every day, but obviously little to no humidity. From my experience, I think the humidity is worse, even though the temperature is lower. Granted I don't live in the southwest and experience temps of 110+ on a regular basis, but the humidity is just absolutely miserable, and honestly makes it hard to breath sometimes.
So what do you think is worse? Crazy high temps, but little to no humidity, or moderately high temps with tons of humidity?
on Jul. 3, 2013 at 6:32 PM