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Re: Temps/humidity

South Central Texas is also very dry (i.e.San Antonio, Austin, etc.)  Not all 
of Houston is humid.  Considering how large Houston is....we have tons of 
different climates...and two zones (8 & 9)  I'm far west Houston, so am much 
drier than far east Houston for example.  But am more humid than San Antonio.  The 
soils are totally different too.

OT....odd way to explain the humidity, but here it goes....... I have 
naturally curly hair.  When I got off the plane in Charleston, NC once, I literally 
had an afro in a matter of seconds.  (no joke...at least "i" didn't think it 
was funny).  When I go to the beach or far east Texas I get very curly...not 
afro, but shirley temple for sure.  Here where I live, it's very manageable.  At 
mom's in San Antonio, I can actually wear straight do's if I want.  But being 
older, more lazy, I kind of let it go au-natural...minus the friz.

 back ON topic......The Valley (South Texas, south of SA) is dry also.....and 
what I would consider zone 10, but is listed as 9b.  They rarely if ever have 
a freeze, if so, then it tips down to 32 and back up.  Major commercial 
citrus growing area down there.  Famous Texas Grapefruit, etc.

More than you wanted to know...sorry....
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 5/29/2003 11:02:42 PM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

> West Texas and the Panhandle are dry. North and East Texas run humid,
> especially when one is in close proximity to a lake as I am. Less than a
> mile as the crow flies from the Cedar Creek reservior. Houston is
> incredibly humid. Worse than here. Don't know about the Valley, never
> been down there. Noreen probably has.

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