Now it's time to look at the worst summer weather, a category in which Casper doesn't stand a snowball's chance. According to the[url=https://www.farmersalmanac.com/press-releases/2010/09/07/farmers-almanac-names-americas-ten-worst-weather-cities/]Farmers' Almanac[/url], the "Five Worst Summer Cities" follow:
I thought those of you in Miami, New Orleans, Dallas, Mobile, and Corpus Christi might enjoy this as much as I enjoyed Casper's winter rankingWhen it comes to sticky, wet, oppressive summer heat, few cities in America can stand up to Miami, Florida. Though pleasant to visit during winter months, MiamiÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s subtropical climate becomes excessively hot and humid during the summer months. Add to that the fact that it is right in the line of fire for most tropical storm and hurricane activity, and its frequent thunderstorms, with an average of 44 inches of rainfall each summer, and becomes clear that Miami is no summertime tropical paradise.
Also listed among the FarmersÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ Almanac most uncomfortable summer cities are:
2. New Orleans, Louisiana, where high humidity and frequent tropical storms often leave everything soggy;
3. Dallas, Texas, with temperatures well over 100Ã‚Â°F and heat indices soaring as high as 117Ã‚Â°F, coupled with a high frequency of deadly F5 tornadoes;
4. Mobile, Alabama, which sees temperatures above 90Ã‚Â°F on two out of three days, average humidity levels between 60 to 70 percent, and more than five feet of rain each year;
5. Corpus Christi, Texas, where late afternoon temperatures peak around 94Ã‚Â°F during summer months.