I'm impressed. Really. How in the world do your clothes dry in the winter? We live in an older (1958) home with electric baseboard heat. We are constantly battling dampness and mold. No need for humidifiers here. Even in the summer our house is cool enough that we don't own an AC unit.
I have a covered area outside where I can put my drying racks and the clothes will get a lot drier, except on the very rainest days. I find that even though it rains a lot in Seattle, there aren't a lot of days that it rains all. day. long. On the soggiest winter days, I keep one rack at a time in the house and have a fan blowing on the clothes. I'll also rarely use the fan overnight on all the racks if they haven't dried enough outside.
We did have a significant mold and water problem in our apartment this winter (to the point of water dripping from our ceilings), and our landlords tried to blame it on our not having a dryer, but they finally dicovered that we had two roof leaks. We've been much drier since they fixed the roof and when I bring the racks inside, I keep them in the driest parts of the house. There are quite a few families in our housing complex that don't use a dryer.