Been there a couple of times & can vouch for the heat - and humidity in Houston - but don’t know if there are any more moderate areas.
Humidity is a normal thing if you live near the Gulf Coast.
The may complain about heat and dust in West Texas, or even an ice storm blown in with a Northern, but the don’t really complain about humidity in the desert very often.
“Been there a couple of times & can vouch for the heat - and humidity in Houston - but dont know if there are any more moderate areas.”
Face it, if you live east of the Rocky Mountains, you have, very similar weather conditions. Minneapolis can be as humid as New Orleans or Houston. We have friends who “relocated” to Austin, Tx for seven years but finally got fed up with the weather (and the people quite frankly too) and moved back to the Bay Area. Unfortunately, the “dream home” they left was no longer available since housing prices in Texas didn’t increase in value at the rate here. So then ended up in a tract home in Cupertino. But all that said, they were happy to be back where the weather suited them. There is no question that Texas has a superior business climate, but as for the climate climate, it sucks! Then again, if you like humidity and bugs, Texas is definitely for you!