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Old 08-18-2014, 04:51 PM
 
Location: Austin, Texas
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Hi, I live in a hell on earth (Texas) and I still remember when I went to Montgomery, Alabama two years ago, actually it was April and was so damn hot...!! The humidity was much worse than here in Austin. Anywhere east of eastern Alabama was hell on earth. The most humid major cities were New Orleans and Houston!!! I forgot to mention those US-Mexico border towns... Those are only for Satans!!! I don't think I can stand this intense heat anymore. But I've never been to Oklahoma. How is it HOT in Oklahoma when you compare with Texas? I have a friend who lives in Oklahoma City and always says to me it's freaking hot there, too.

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Old 08-18-2014, 05:46 PM
 
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Have to go to Alpine, Texas to get some relief in Texas.
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Old 08-19-2014, 08:36 AM
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Location: Ontario
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Hi, I live in a hell on earth (Texas) and I still remember when I went to Montgomery, Alabama two years ago, actually it was April and was so damn hot...!! The humidity was much worse than here in Austin. Anywhere east of eastern Alabama was hell on earth. The most humid major cities were New Orleans and Houston!!! I forgot to mention those US-Mexico border towns... Those are only for Satans!!! I don't think I can stand this intense heat anymore. But I've never been to Oklahoma. How is it HOT in Oklahoma when you compare with Texas? I have a friend who lives in Oklahoma City and always says to me it's freaking hot there, too.
I've been all over Oklahoma and it's not much better than Texas in terms of heat.

If you need to stay in Texas, the high elevation town of Alpine, is you best bet, along with
Fort Davis.

High elevation places in New Mexico are even better,
places like Ruidoso, Cloudcroft, Taos, Santa Fe.

Summers are hot enough where I live, southern US is a no go for me due to
hot humid summers, the rest of the year is good though.
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