It's all about the relative humidity and how much water the air can take. Here in FL, we get the sun in the summer, but it's offset by high humidity and the wet season. The winter, however, is drier air and more sparse but larger storms.Just checked my bucket. I'd say I passed! Feeling a lot better. Even in cooler temps, pools still evaporate.
Like anything else, it takes a while to just be normal. Yours will probably take even longer as you didn’t use it. So fast forward a month and you’ll be getting ready for work on a random day and glance out there with it the furthest thought from your mind……….
‘Wait !!!! Hold up. Did I ? ……….. *Glances at pool*. ‘Adult Word’ YEAH I DID !!!!!’
That day is gonna start off good. And then 9 days later, 2 more days later, etc, etc, etc.
Over. The. Moon. Happy. For. You.
I'm 3 weeks in and still just stand there and look at my pool for a few minutes every day. And mine was just a resurface!
That's so awesome!
Our build finished at the end of January. My knuckleheads jumped in late February/early March when the water was only 48 degrees!
I remember when my parents' pool was finished. It was January. Florida January, but still January. My brother and I didn't get out until they noticed our lips turning blue and forced us out!