In my part of the world we have cool rainy springs and cool foggy summers. There are definitely fragrances that I "save" for weather conditions that involve a certain dampness in the air. I have not been living anyplace lately, however, that has hot/humid weather anytime.
I've found that mossy, fougere, and chypre fragrances have elements which come alive in dampness. Some florals do too - as you pointed out, neroli/orange blossom seems to agree with humidity. I'm not a collector of tuberose fragrances, but I notice that my Tubereuse Couture from Parfumerie Generale definitely displays itself in a more full-bodied way when I wear it in rain or fog.