Texas does have humid heat everywhere, except for West Texas. I haven't really checked, but it might be drier in the panhandle as well. Hardly anywhere on the mainland will have pool season during the winter. Texas had an unseasonably warm winter this year, but you normally can't get back in the pool until April.
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