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Texas-Humidity-Austin-San-Antonio-heat-weather-HoustonA few weeks ago, I was working outside my Austin home on a rainwater-catchment system—I’m one of those incorrigible weekend warrior DIYers who keeps Home Depot in business—when I noticed I was completely drenched in sweat. It was midmorning in May, in the shade, still hours away from the peak heat of the day. I was just tinkering with little irrigation parts, not doing anything as laborious as the ditchdigging and stonemasonry that had occupied my winter and spring. Yet the air felt as if it could be wrung out, a soupy, hot mess you might expect in Dubai—or Houston. Not that I was surprised. The sticky heat now seems inescapable for long stretches of the year. Biking around town, picking tomatoes in the garden,…

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