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post #31 of 35
30-40% humidity. Nothing compared to Shanghai or Tokyo but pretty bad compared to California. About the same as DC and the Southeast.
post #32 of 35
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Originally Posted by Kent Wang
It's not really that cold. I've lived four years here without anything more than a sportcoat.
My wife in I were at the Continental Club during the ice storm this past New Year's Eve, and it was definately overcoat weather. Edit: Mrs. Vintage Gent reminds me that, in fact, it was the trip to Austin we made for my birthday (Feb. 19th). New Year's was unseasonably warm.
post #33 of 35
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Originally Posted by Kent Wang
30-40% humidity. Nothing compared to Shanghai or Tokyo but pretty bad compared to California. About the same as DC and the Southeast.

Jesus, Kent, I know you grew up in Galveston, where 80%+ is a way of life. Austin's got to seem like the Sahara in comparison.
post #34 of 35
I grew up in Shanghai then Galveston. At least humidity is good for your skin.
post #35 of 35
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Like, balls sticking to side of leg humid or just, wear a polo humid?

Figure halfway between CA and FL humid. 95-105 every fucking day from April 1 to Oct 1st...

Austin/SA are a completely different climate from Houston, which is closer to NO.

Dallas is pretty similar to us, but gets colder in the winter.

The coldest I've seen it get here is low 30s at night, low 50s during day. And we're talking 4 days a year. It's actually rather nice from Oct to April.
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