They say that if you don’t like the weather in Nebraska, just wait five minutes. Of course they say the same thing for every place in the United States, except maybe San Diego and Miami.
According to weatherimages.org you can calculate the heat index if you know the dry air temperature and the relative humidity. All you need is this simple formula:
where A2 is the temperature and B2 is the relative humidity. Here’s Omaha’s calculation for yesterday and today:
People have been complaining about the excessive heat for a week around here. Not me. It won’t be long until I’m shoveling my driveway, so I’m counting my blessings.
(Thanks, DA, for the link to the formula.)