We're in Phoenix, it's been up to 118 degrees in the last week but the humidity is up a little due to monsoon season. Anyway, I am trying to figure out a way to explain to these dipshit$ how evaporative cooling works (we just moved over from San Diego last year). The one moron closes up everything because he wants to keep the cool air inside but it gets like a sauna in here. I keep trying to make them understand that evap requires a constant change/flow of air and that closing everything up stops that flow and concentrates the moisture in the air. They will have none of it. With the extra humidity it gets miserable in here, humidity starts in the high 30% and drops to mid teens during the day except when the showers start to close in. I know evap is not good in humidity but it's all we got in the shop which is why I spend most of my day in my office where it's airconditioned. Let the unwashed (un-cooled, ignorant) masses suffer if they won't listen.