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Would you rather a very high temperature and dry, or do you prefer a lower temperature with high humidity, as per the phot?

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I would far rather 45 and dry than 30 and humid.

I do not like humidity at all as I find it extremely draining and I am unable to do much unless I turn all the air conditioners on.

So, definitely DRY like Western Australia, or parts thereof, for me.
by Finy
I cannot stand humidity. The other day it was 26 degrees and over 60 percent humidity, just awful! Give me 40 degrees any day!
is that why i hated that day! didnt realise it was only 26
by Finy
I have now lived in the tropics for 35 ears and this ear is truly a stinker where the humidit has been concerned!!! Most other hears I have not been so bothered by it! 43 and Dry on Melbourne was so much easier to bear from what I remember!! Or is this simply wishful thinking as I get older?!!! Actually,my air cons work a real treat and I do cope well here,so it cannot be all that bad after all!!!
I prefer hot and dry. Humid is misery for me.
Hot and dry definitely
by AJ
Surely it has to be hot. While the dry heat is unpleasant, you do get a break when you move in to airconditioned cars or shops or houses ..... but with humidity, there is no such luck - you just sweat forever
Absolutely !
by fran.
My experience of high humidity is that it tends to be accompanied by high temperatures as well. I don't mind humidity to be honest and I love rain forests and for those to be possible you need lots of rain which means high humidity.
Right now, it's so cold here that frankly ANY version of hot would be welcome!
I agree with most of you in that I HATE humidity...it's the pits!
by fran
Not so hot....& humid.
I can deal with that better.
p.s...I suffer very bad heat stroke, so I have no choice :(
by jonaja
you have no choice if you live in Sydney anyway!
by Finy
true very true :)
by jonaja
not so hot and humid would be prefered ever day

low is definately better.................I'd rather add some clothes not shed some

low is definately better.................I'd rather add some clothes not shed some

Hot and dry, Strega
hot and dry
Only ONE thing bad about City I live in, & that's the Humidity, November to February!

Hate it! Clothes' wet from sweat; feeling like a 'wrung out dish-rag' all the time! Drinking litres of water to replace sweat!

I'd rather it be 40 Degrees hot & dry!
NO humidity!

Flew (on aeroplane!) to Adelaide once. Washed travelling outfit, light cotton, hung it on line, & collected it, perfectly dry, 20 minutes' later! It was a hot day, BUT no humidity!
Hot and Dry.
by Rice
I would rather hot and dry, I can't cope with humidity, I perspire everywhere, and I feel embarassed, humidity takes a lot out of me.
I would rather hot and dry, I can't cope with humidity, I perspire everywhere, and I feel embarassed, humidity takes a lot out of me.
I would rather hot and dry, I can't cope with humidity, I perspire everywhere, and I feel embarassed, humidity takes a lot out of me.
I would rather hot and dry, I can't cope with humidity, I perspire everywhere, and I feel embarassed, humidity takes a lot out of me.
I would rather hot and dry, I can't cope with humidity, I perspire everywhere, and I feel embarassed, humidity takes a lot out of me.
I would rather hot and dry, I can't cope with humidity, I perspire everywhere, and I feel embarassed, humidity takes a lot out of me.
I love to have a garden and have never lived in a hot dry climate. I imagine it would be hard on the plants. For that reason I prefer the more humid option. Personally I find the hotter drier climate more comfortable.
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