I was talking to a woman from Canada the other day. She was surprised that the Florida weather was not having a beneficial effect on her arthritis. Gee, I wouldn't think so with the humidity. It seems to me that the "aches and pain" guide on the weather site always warns about sore joints when the humidity is high.
It has been humid. I have fuzzy hair and I cannot finish addressing an envelope before it is stuck shut and badly wrinkled. I guess that this warm wet air meeting cold fronts as it moves north is what is leading to the great snow storms of this winter. I'm not complaining because I like the warmth here, but I do sympathize with folks back home. I just wish I had manageable hair and that I could send off a card without it looking like a bear mauled it first.
I tried to find some beneficial effects of high humidity on the internet. Apparently there are none. It aggravates all kinds of conditions, causes fatigue because the body has to work harder to try to cool itlself when sweat does not evporate off the skin, and provides perfect conditions for mold and cockroaches. And have I mentioned the scary hair?