Wise, wise choice. It is a humid heat? I feel so badly that you don't have central air.
Quite dry, actually. I think it is 16% humidity today... Apparently central air is uncommon in Melbourne because it is usually not this hot. Usually November and December are still jacket weather most days...
Fortunately it's not humid. It's spring there now so how hot will it be in the summer months?We've had a nice Nov. and it hasn't been too cold. We've even had high 60's and over 70 just a week ago.
Check the humidity numbers again, please. 16% is much lower than the semiconductor fabs are kept at. It sounds like a desert humidity!Olga
I mis-typed it should have been 19%. But yes, it is VERY dry. Desert dry. On the days that it is very hot the air is blowing from the desert. On days the air comes off of the ocean the humidity is in the 70-80% range. Like the temperature, the humidity level swings wildly. Some days it takes the laundry all afternoon to dry, some days it is dry in an hour.
I will tell you, 19 and 16 do not make much difference, it is still below Clean Room air.Olga
Come back to the States where it's cool up North!
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