…if you’re in the Eastern half of the country. Here in Tennesee, it’s rained for about ten hours straight, and flood warnings are posted. Every ditch, puddle and patch of flat land is swamped. Up north, in my old stomping grounds of Ohio and Pennsylvania, they’re expecting rain, ice and snow. Back home, there’s already a foot on the ground and more expected by tomorrow.
Of course, it just so happens that a drenching has to come on the day of the first science test of the semester. (This happened last semester, as I walked through a drenching downpour at 8am to take the first biology test of the term).