Chicago experiences its warmest days in August and September. The temperatures often go up to 84 degrees Fahrenheit. After months of dealing with the frost and cold, it’s natural for the residents to get excited about the clear blue skies and warm air.
There are many counterintuitive things we do to give our body the warmth it needs during winters. Sitting in a corner of your room because you can feel the warmth coming from a water heating pipe in the walls or placing your hand a few inches above a hot stove are just few of them.
Hot, humid weather can make you wish you were on a plane to New Zealand where the weather is always warm but pleasant.
Despite having the moniker of “Windy City,” Chicago is anything but windy. Depending on the day, it can be pretty humid outside.
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