Everyone answers that question differently.  Someone in North Dakota may say 88 is too warm and they'll stay in side in the AC, and a Texan might argue that 88 is a nice cool summer day.  It's all relative.  So how hot is too hot for you?

Weather.com says people in Arizona and Nevada have the highest heat tolerance, and they'll finally cry uncle when it hits 100 degrees.  Anything lower than that is not too hot for them, and they'll go about their lives outside without much trouble.

States like Idaho, Wisconsin, Michigan, Washington, Vermont, and Rhode Island say it's too hot when it hits 85.  That could almost be an overnight low on a hot July night in Texas!

The survey says 95 is the daytime threshold for Texans, when we finally say it's too hot and we only want to be in the water or eating a slushie.  Utah and Arkansas agree with us at 95 degrees, and there are several other states that feel like 90 is the highest they can comfortably stand, and they'll head indoors.

Although today seems kind of out of the norm for Texas, you know more heat is coming this summer.  How hot is too hot for you?