Examples of muggy in a Sentence
a muggy day in August
It's very muggy out today.
Recent Examples of muggy from the Web
The jet stream will try to take some more dips into the United States in the coming week or two, breaking up this stuck, muggy weather pattern.
Friday the 13th gets a bad rap from the superstitious, but your sleeplessness might have more to do with hot, muggy conditions.
Confidence: Medium-High Friday is likely the eighth straight hot and muggy day, but the last.
Temperatures are anticipated to dip to around 50 overnight, when clouds will roll in to foreshadow a muggy few days, Dunham said.
The National Weather Service forecasts hot and muggy conditions across much of the Southern and Central Plains, as well as the Midwest, over the next few days, with high humidity and afternoon highs generally ranging from the 90s to low 100s.
Expect another hot and muggy day today in Central Florida.
Monday night’s Game 7 victory, played on a hot and muggy Memorial Day at Houston’s Toyota Center, was a microcosm of the season.
On a hot and muggy Saturday afternoon, the Patriots clocked a time of 1:28.72 to finish in seventh place.
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Definition of muggy for English Language Learners
: unpleasantly warm and humid
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