Recently Doug, Drue, Trent and Carly from Monument CO flew out to Cary NC to visit Marc, Kim, Aaron, Adam and Evan. We kept thinking we should also make the trip just to be with the family, but decided to let the kids visit, get to know the area and talk about us
The word we got from all was how hot and humid it was in North Carolina.
So, as this Sunday evening slips away, I am thinking about the family and wondering what is going on in their lives right now. Here’s what my research tells me about their outdoor activities.
Very interesting—Cary wins for coolest temperature, Berryton is high with Monument right in the middle. Monument and Cary tie for “Feels Like” of 79 degrees. Berryton wins with 102!! That’s why I’m here at the computer instead of outside.
Of course, there is one more HUGE difference. And, I’m sure the Colorado family caught this right away. Cary’s humidity is 67%, Berryton’s is a crazy 77% and, to no one’s surprise, Monument’s humidity is a very low 24%.
And, that is why when the Colorado family visit us “down low” altituders they usually point out quite frequently how hot and sweaty they feel. While, the rest of us, even in the summer, are cold at some point when we go to Colorado.