Hawk It gets VERY humid here in the summer. Our one cabin is close to 5,000 feet in elevation, so the temps rarely hit 75F/24C there. This past summer the high was 74, with most summer days only at 69 to 71 - with a significant breeze most days. The other cabin I stay at is only at 2,000 feet and 20 miles east. The temps are generally 15 degrees warmer and much less windy. The difference in the very humid days is like night and day (there is a little creek that runs through about a thousand feet of our property, so it is nice to chill at in the summer). My home base is in between the two, built back into the woods, so it stays shady for the majority of the day, and doesn't suffer from the humid heat so much (plus there is a also creek that is great to chill at).
Our weather is going to change drastically from Sunday morning to Sunday afternoon. Temps will drop dramatically and several inches of snow will fall 🙂
A good friend of mine from school days bought a spread in the Chihuahuan Desert, in New Mexico, in the SouthWestern United States. It is on a high desert plateau. He has mentioned something similar about the sweat. I'm headed out there one of these first days, so I will find out in person.
I'd love to visit your country, but from what I've seen, that will not be possible in 2022....and who knows how long. My passport expired in early 2020 and I've not bothered to renew it, and probably won't for a long time. The plan was for the wife to take some time off of work (she has built up a ton of paid days off, plus I'm retired) and visit Australia, New Zealand, and then Hawaii over the course of four weeks. Closer to home, I have been planning to drive across the contiguous United States (I am in Western North Carolina, a few hours west of the Atlantic Ocean), making loops here and there, ending up in the Pacific Northwest of the U.S., taking a ferry to Alaska, riding around there for a bit, heading east and checking out Canada, hitting the east coast, then heading south back home. With the way Canada is now, that is also out for the foreseeable future.
Anyway, cheers 🙂