It’s a fact that we have certainly had a VERY hot summer in the Yellowhammer State. We have had many days where the heat index values were over 100 degrees. That’s brutal. Currently, it’s been cooling down … some.

My Dating Adviser has organized a list of America’s sweatiest cities. It was determined by comparing “200 of the largest metro areas across three key dimensions: 1) Weather, 2) Sweat Factors and 3) Cooling Off.”

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Alabama's Sweatiest Cities in America

Huntsville (#32 out of 200 cities)

The average temperature in July is 78.5 °F, with 88 °F (high) and 69 °F (low)

The length of the summer season is 3.9 months

The relative humidity in July is 76%

There are 52.4 days above 90 degrees in the year

The exercise rate of the population is 48%

The population density is over 970 people per square mile

Mobile (#13 out of 200 cities)

The average temperature in July is 83 °F, with 92 °F (high) and 74 °F (low)

The length of the summer season is 4.2 months

The relative humidity in July is 76%

There are 57.2 days above 90 degrees in the year

The exercise rate of the population is 53.1%

The population density is over 1,330 people per square mile

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Montgomery (#7 out of 200 cities)

The average temperature in July is 82 °F, with 92 °F (high) and 72 °F (low)

The length of the summer season is 4.1 months

The relative humidity in July is 73%

There are 118 days above 90 degrees in the year

The exercise rate of the population is 45.7%

The population density is over 1,235 people per square mile

Other cities that made the list are Orlando, Corpus Christi, Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Tallahassee, Houston, Cape Coral, Laredo, and Jacksonville.

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