A friend from Colorado moved to Florida a few years ago. He swears to me that a cold temperature feels colder in Florida than it felt in Colorado. Just as the humidity makes hot feel hotter, he says humidity makes cold feel colder.
I understand perfectly why humidity makes hot feel hotter, and I know that wind makes cold feel colder. But I’ve never heard any talk of humidity making cold feel colder.
Any info on this?
(Although I do know 70 degree air feels fine, but a 70 degree swimming pool is too cold!)