Monet, I don't know why, but I think it would be nice for him Mo.
Olympia, I know, I'm in a second floor unit, there is no breeze, no wind, no patio. I have two fans going on me and I'm still melting. It's so humid it practically hurts to breath, it's like I'm inhaling water.
Oh man. I've been living in the basement mostly. We have no AC or anything, but at least the basement is a nice temperature.
Kind of hating all the fish tanks in my room because they are just upping the humidity!
I was just talking to my neighbor (from Ontario) and also from hearing from my sister (whose in Montreal) Newfoundlands "humidity" is not as intense as mainland humidity.
I love it because there's always a breeze, always wind. always. And I know if it gets unbearable I can come inside to my cozy cave apartment.
That's weird, I thought like, you'd have more humidity, because you have like, THE OCEAN. xD
If you look at Ontario though, there is water EVERYWHERE. On a big map you can't see it, but it doesn't take long before you run into a lake here no matter what direction you're going in. Lot's of swamps too. Plus, you know, all the great lakes we have. What do they call Ontario? "Land o Lakes" (yes it's very lame, I know.) Probably explains the humidity. :D
Well the Atlantic Ocean and the East coast of NL lies in the Labrador drift, which comes from the Arctic drift (I think that's what it's called) so there is cold glaciatic winds (warm front??) I don't know actually but the winds are cooled from the North and therefore the humidity is not as great. Today has a humidex of 32* but it would be worse in the mainland.
TO be invaded by what exactly? o-o