> I'm from Northern California where the temps are usually 70-75 in the
> summer, with low humidity, and huge ocean breezes. Now I live in the
> midwest, and I just swelter in this heat/humidity and my energy
> zapped easily. So I actually prefer the cold winters here than the
> summers. People here think I'm nuts. They're used to the heat and
> know any better. "But don't you hate the snow here? There's no
> California." I correct them: "um there is snow in CA; It snows way
> the Sierra Mountains than here in Ohio."
Spoken like a true Mid-West immigrant from the left coast.<G>
As someone who spent a big piece of my life in Northern Ohio, I'm glad
Not seeing the sun from November to May is depressing.
Being up to your armpits in 6 ft of "partly cloudy", as Dick Goddard,
the weather guru in Cleveland calls it, just plain sucks.
A few bugs and some and some humidity in the summer, both days of it,
July 4-5, is a pleasant change from all that cold dirty road slop that
started out as snow in the winter.
September is probably the weather highpoint of the year. After that,
it's all down hill.