When it comes to weather, the number indicating the temperature is so very misleading.
Take 70 degrees, for example. When it's sunny and dry outside during the day, 70 degrees as a high temperature feels lovely. A little too warm in the sun, maybe, but perfectly comfortable. Especially if there's a breeze.
But at night, when sticky humidity has descended, 70 degrees as a low temperature feels disgusting. Because 70 degrees outside means 85 degrees in our bedroom. Which means roaring fans, a mostly-ineffective desperation wet washcloth on the neck, and no sleep.
Well, for me, anyway. A. seems to have no trouble.
Thankfully, this weather is supposed to break tomorrow and we'll get back to high pressure and good sleeping weather. None too soon.