It’s Hot, It’s Humid

We have been blessed with mild weather this summer. Some have complained it hasn’t really been summer weather at all. The forecasters have speculated endlessly about when or if we were going to hit the 90 degree mark. So far we still haven’t. But the last few days it has been hot. It has been humid. Clouds hung in the sky all day, bursting into pouring rain, thunder and lightning in the evenings.

Even when shut inside with air conditioning, the slightest exertion makes you drip with sweat. Open the door and step outside and you smack into a wall of thick, oppressive air. The rain has made the lawn turn into a jungle of tall, tall grass, but you wilt at the mere thought of pushing the mower over it.

Open the car door and the heat billows out almost visibly. You crank up the air conditioner to its highest setting so you can endure the ride. Driving past open spaces, you see fog clinging to the ground. You get out of the car and your glasses fog up so you can’t see.

Do you feel it? It’s hot. It’s HUMID. I am longing for the crisp cool days of autumn!

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2 Responses to It’s Hot, It’s Humid

  1. arjeha says:

    Luckily we haven’t had all that many oppressively humid days. I am so glad we installed central air several years ago. I don’t mind the heat, but the humidity always gets to me. Never feel like doing anything on those days.

  2. Ramona says:

    I’m longing for cool crisp fall days to arrive for you. You description put me right there in the middle of your humidity. Hope fall arrives quickly.

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