It is hot today, by New England standards. The desert folk would no doubt sigh in relief at these temperatures. But, like the title says (if you can speak French): "It's not the heat, it's the humidity!"
Now I am no stranger to heat and humidity, these places all make New England in the summer seem downright chilly! (Relatively speaking mind you...)
Spent 2 1/2 Years Here (76 to 78) ...
The Summers, they are tropical
Spent 17 days here in March of 1980.
It was hotter than Okinawa in July!
|Mississippi Gulf Coast|
US 90 Eastbound, Heading into Biloxi, MS
Spent the Summer of 1987 Here
The Hottest and Humidest Place I Have Ever Been
So while little Rhody is nowhere near as hot as some places I've been nor as hot as other places are right now, it's still hot!
|Ah, now that feels good!|
(And yup, been there too. EG = Eglin AFB, Florida)