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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Overcast conditions, winds and scattered showers caused decrease in the mercury level, providing relief to the people from the prevailing muggy weather.
A netweather.tv spokesman said: "Temperatures widely reaching 20-22C (today) and feeling rather muggy too in light winds, perhaps 23-24C across south-east England and East Anglia.
But he earned the nickname Muggy Mike from islander Chris Hughes after stealing the heart of Olivia Buckland.
The 26-year-old affectionately known as 'muggy' during his 2017 stint on the show,was discovered in woodland in Edmonton, near his Essex home on Friday (March 15), according toThe Mirror.
He was also famed for dating TOWIE's Megan McKenna, and got the nickname "Muggy Mike" following his behaviour on the show, as well as a reputation as a reality villain.
The reality contestant, affectionately nicknamed Muggy Mike during his time on the show in 2017, was discovered in the woods near his Essex home.
The parents regretted that in the ongoing hot and muggy weather the children were forced to take classes in the tents because of negligence of the department officials who failed to ensure the reconstruction of the school building during summer vacation.
The storm will bring a lot of cloud and some seriously muggy conditions tomorrow before the heavy rain starts on Sunday.
The rain turned the weather pleasant and provided respite to the people from hot and muggy weather conditions.