When the temperatures soar, the sweat pops out. Sometimes it’s little beads of perspiration. Other times, it runs in rivulets down the face, snaking under the collar and down the back. It feels gross. And it looks gross. But sweat happens, especially in Tampa, FL. The makers of Honeywell Fans in partnership with a team of scientists at the environmental consulting company Environmental Health & Engineering developed criteria to rank the sweatiest U.S. cities using data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association’s National Climatic Data Center and the U.S. Census Bureau. And Tampa came in number one, followed closely by Miami and Houston. These are towns that have that special ability to trap in the heat and humidity in the summer months — and not let go. That radiating heat envelopes the body and squeezes the energy out of the soul. Step out of your air-conditioned car, and it will feel as if a hair dryer has been turned on high and is blowing on your ankles.
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