Yesterday, when I arrived at work, I stepped out of my car and my glasses fogged up. This is a usual occurrence in Minnesota in the winter when you go from the frigid, dry outside to the warm, moist inside. Here, it was happening when I was going from my cool (AC on) car to the oppressive, damp outside.
I could deal with the humidity if I could be outside all day, in the shade, perhaps on a nice wide porch, with a cool drink in my hand and an occasional fanning. Instead, I am at work where, despite an AC system that frequently has people putting on sweaters, they can't seem to defeat the humidity. My glass of ice water develops a puddle on my desk. My shirt sticks to my body. There's an unpleasant oiliness in touching just about anything.