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Old 06-28-2016, 08:08 PM   #57
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The comparison of CA temps, (I'm assuming we're referencing 'dry' heat) to deep south heat, I think would bring different results, as the humid heat we experience down South is saturated and I don't believe absorbs that dumped heat as readily as dry CA air. QUOTE]

I think you're on the right track as the AC unit is only one issue. The humidity/dry sure makes a huge difference on a body comfort.

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