Yes, it's hot. Yes, it's humid. A front is supposed to swing through tonight and tomorrow morning and bring relief.
I say this as a prelude to what I remember about h&h in Runnemede.
When we moved out here, I recall that the first day in Cincinnati (just north of Northern Kentucky) the high temp got to 92 and the humidity was pretty high as well. Everyone I met was complaining about how muggy it was. HOWEVER, I didn't think it was that bad. I had just moved from New Jersey -- now talk about humidity!
NJ is surrounded by water -- on the west is the Delaware River, and on the east is the Atlantic Ocean. So the state, being sandwiched by water drip, drip, dripped.
The humidity in NJ as I recall was bad during the day, then when that on-shore breeze -- or is it off-shore, I can never get them straight -- kicked in it got cool. On-shore to me is the breeze coming in from the ocean. The on-shore breeze coming off the ocean was cool because the ocean temperature rarely got above 70 degrees.
So we had hot, humid days, and fairly cool nights.
I guess that explains why my dad never felt the need to get air conditioning!