I’ve been to Arizona and Texas in June. It was hot. The joke of course is that because of the lower humidity “it’s a dry heat.” 112 is hot whether it’s humid or not!
With our Southern humidity though it gets hard to breathe. Sometimes you wish for a knife to cut a chunk of air you can deal with. But then there are shade trees. Large live oaks spreading their branches, welcoming all to come a sit a spell under their shelter. Spanish miss dancing overhead. And just when you’re starting to think how it’s still pretty hot, there’s a breeze to cool things back down.
Feeling grateful for shade, breezes and sunscreen.