I mean here in new england its ninety plus degrees daily and on occasion like maybe once or twice a month it gets 100 plus but rarely more than 101 or 102
I can deal with that kind of things out west as its a dry heat but in the south its frequently like that only with the eastern humidity.
How on earth do you deal with that.
Most Helpful Girl
Yeah the humidity makes it hard to breathe most of the time but honestly you get used to it after a point.2
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I live in Texas and I have days where I have to yardwork in this heat and humidity. I remember when I first moved to Texas when I was younger that it was pretty rough. I drank quite a bit of water in that first two weeks lol. After awhile though, you get used to it to an extent. I just try and get my outside work done early in the morning to have it be slightly cooler.
Generally though, you basically stay inside where it is cool when you can, and you just accept it when you are outside haha.
However, if the AC breaks / power is out (like it was for some week or two during hurricane Ike), you just sit by the window hoping for a breeze and slowly sweat/drink water. It's kind of miserable, but there often isn't much of a choice. The worst is when you get wet from the humidity and become almost sticky from it.2