It was nice and sunny when I left work and then all of a sudden we had 20 minutes of non stop rain just when I was walking home
Thankfully I had a umbrella in my bag :thumbs:
I hate those types of rain as well.Pays to be prepared!
What we had earlier was one of those rains that do nothing to dissipate the heat.
I hate those types of rain as well.
Lol, Leaving umbrella at home in London is like leaving your keys. You don't do it
But I gotta love British weather especially in the heat within minutes shirts off, shorts on and people are off to the nearest available grass where they begin muttering "Christ, it’s hot".
Haha, pretty much sums up our attitude.Oh, yes; one of my business partners is in London, he said he doesn't even need to shower, just stick his head out the window and he's good. <G>
Minnesota has the same for spring. Seriously. If we pass freezing, we're out there sans jackets, in shorts, singing "We're having a heatwave, a tropical heatwave ..."
I'd kill for a temperature of 84...and usually I'd kill for that humidity level too.
July and August down here has both as close to triple digit as you can get - and sometimes the temperature actually does hit it. You have tornadoes - I deal with hurricanes.
Worked two weeks in Hollywood (FL) recently. When we got started at 7 in the mornings we had what you describe above. Then, later, it got warm.We're having totally sh!teous weather here in central Minnesota. Temp 84, heat index 93, 78% humidity and a tornado watch to boot. Oh, yippee! Yippee yo-yo.
Here is the summer forecast for central Florida:Worked two weeks in Hollywood (FL) recently. When we got started at 7 in the mornings we had what you describe above. Then, later, it got warm.
We're a little further north now, near Melbourne (FL). Doesn't hit 84 until about 9 AM. We call that 'fresh.'