There's a stereotype that Danes love to talk about the weather.
So, today, I'd like to take a moment to talk about the weather in Denmark.
We got to town right in the midst of a horrible heat wave in America, and stepped off the plane in Copenhagen into beautiful, Fall-like temperatures. Mid-60s (fahrenheit) and breezy. And that's fairly normal for a Summer day here.
But the one thing that Denmark has that I've never adjusted well to is humidity.
This is something that I realized when we were on our honeymoon in New Orleans in June. I expected my husband, who is used to northern-European temperatures, to have the hardest time with the weather there. Turns out, I was the first to have issues with it, and it was all because of the humidity. The places I've lived in New York and New England have been fairly dry compared to New Orleans.
And also compared to Copenhagen, it seems.
So, on a day like today, where the temperature is currently 77 degrees fahrenheit (what would be a lovely, mild Summer day in Boston), with the humidity hovering around 70%...
I'm a sweaty mess.
And it's not attractive.