By Wendy Langhans
“Muggy” is not a word I would normally use to describe summers in our Santa Clarita Valley. “Hot”, yes, but not “muggy”. Of course, muggy depends on what you are used to, but in the continental U.S., it usually begins to feel muggy when the dew point is above 65 °F. For me, the air is muggy is when I begin to “feel” the thickness of the air and the sweat on my skin refuses to evaporate.