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It depends on the season. This time of year humid air moves in from the gulf making things hazy and overcast. Later in the summer its dry and hot. Usually in the early summer, its between 85-90F and humid and in the late summer its 95-100F with more sun. And people wonder why there are so few people out walking during the day.
 

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It depends on the season. This time of year humid air moves in from the gulf making things hazy and overcast. Later in the summer its dry and hot. Usually in the early summer, its between 85-90F and humid and in the late summer its 95-100F with more sun. And people wonder why there are so few people out walking during the day.
So it's never cold? :(
 

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Summer in Houston starts in late April and lasts till late October. And the heat is never dry, always humid. For instance today the temp reached into the low nineties, and we're more than a month away from the official beginning of summer (June 21st).
 

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Houston has always appealed to me. It has a cosmopolitan mix of buildings and the residential architecture is awesome. Those talls are pretty convincing of Houston's coolness. Would love to live there.:cheers:
 
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