evilclaw2321 wrote:So yes 90 plus 60% humidity is techincally hot and humid, espicially when you just defrosted yourself.
I agree that that is hot (perhaps not very hot though), but how often does it happen? If my count is correct, it only got above 90 once
in Madison last year. It happened slightly more often the year before that
(according to a previously linked wikipedia article, Houston hits that temperature an average of 99 days a year). It did not once get above 95 in those two years. You have plenty of time to defrost before it gets hot, if it does. Any way you slice it, technically other otherwise, it does not happen often enough for the climate to count as very hot.
Perhaps Minneapolis is much different. Look it up and report back if you feel so inclined.
(The linked NOAA data files will be available for 2 weeks.)