Summer in South Florida usually means a combination of rain and heat, and with the heat comes sweat. As a result, Miami was deemed the fourth-sweatiest city in the country, according to a recent report.
The marketers of Honeywell Fans and an environmental consulting company, Environmental Health & Engineering, led the study.
The percentage of homes without central air conditioning, the popularity of public transportation and bike sharing programs and types of professions were all used to create the list.
“Information from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association and U.S. Census Bureau were used to determine a city’s average summer temperatures and population density,” Dr. Ted Myatt said in a statement.
New York was the top city on the list.