What US state has the most oppressive humidity in the summer?
- oil field trashLv 77 months agoFavorite Answer
Because almost all of Florida is near either the Gulf of Mexico or the Atlantic Ocean it consistently has the highest humidity.
- TQLv 77 months ago
Any US [sic] state bordering the Gulf of Mexico "has the most oppressive humidity in the summer."
Coastal South Carolina is a close second.
- daniel gLv 77 months ago
I had to go to Houston/Galveston once. Midnight, 95 degrees and 98% humidity, you work up a sweat, wiping the sweat from your forehead, just downright nasty.
No state corners the market, but parts of a good number of states have some awful bad humidity.
Summer heat just makes it worse.
- billrussell42Lv 77 months ago
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- Jim MoorLv 77 months ago
Don't come here, you'll hate it!
- Anonymous7 months ago
Florida. I just checked the weather in a FL city I normally go to each winter, today its 80% humidity. I hear TX is pretty bad too.but today it's only 50%. South Carolina is also 80% today, Southern Calf's humility usually tops out around 65%, . Seems most of the southern east coast is a steam bath.
While looking through a few cities/states I noticed Arizona's temperature forecast's over 100 degrees each day, for the next 7 days, but only 8% humidity