That's what the Weather Channel Lady just said on TV, in the background here.
Yesterday it felt like we might melt. While we were at a restaurant in Tallahassee about 2 pm, there was a sudden shower of rain outside. By the time we went outside, the sun was shining again and while water was running off the parking lot in a little stream, most of the water had turned to steam. The temperature had dropped from 101 when we left the car to 94 when we returned. A few miles crossing town and it was 100 again, only more humid than before.
Here's a link to the Marianna Airport record, just down the road aways from here. The interesting thing is, it shows a thunderstorm at around 7 pm with 0.12 inch of rain. We experienced the wind, the clouds, the thunder, everything except rain. On the radar, I could see it was just 3 pixels away from us.
On the other hand, the temperature dropped from 94 to 82 from the nearby rain and the humidity climbed. From 3 am to 6 am relative humidity was 96%. Most places, that would mean it was raining! Not here.
(Note: if you're reading this after the 24th when I'm typing it, the weather record will have moved on to the next day. It's a continuously moving 3-day record. I elected not to print to file and post here, it would be teeny print, unreadable. Or just trust me: the temperature went to 100 degrees and the humidity in the wee hours of the morning here was 96. That's why the vegetation here doesn't just dry up to a crisp.)
I think I would feel cooler if I didn't check the thermometer nor the computer weather, turned off the TV and stayed inside.