muggy

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muggy

(of weather, air, etc.) unpleasantly warm and humid

muggy

[′məg·ē]
(meteorology)
Referring to warm and especially humid weather.
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Music critic Gama Gilbert, in a 1938 New York Times Magazine piece about swing bands, observed that "the swingster will smoke his 'reefers' so long as he needs it, and he will need it so long as the demands of his job and its material rewards remain incompatible with human physical resources." But Gilbert averred that the "muggier" who believed marijuana put him "in the groove" was mistaken: "Actually his playing deteriorates and the deeper sources of his talents become dissipated.
Met Office forecaster Craig Snell said: "Warmer air will become widespread on Sunday and a lot of us will notice a slightly warmer feel, slightly muggier. It will be the first widespread warm spell we have seen this year."
It's warm, but getting muggier. The wisps of cloud carry the ominous grey tinge of an oncoming storm.