A Great Blue Heron watches the sun rise. For those who haven’t been to Florida in late August this gives you an idea of what it can be like. Humidity so high that the morning sun turns the air yellow. Humidity so high that you can reach out and grab a handful of air and squeeze the water into a glass. Humidity so high that in the morning, even when it doesn’t rain, I can hear water dripping down the roof’s gutter pipes from the moisture that collects on the roof (not kidding).
On a positive note, the humidity is so high that it slows the flying insects down a bit.