The first day of June marks the official beginning of what we call "the rainy season" or "hurricane season" here in Florida. This period, characterized by precipitation ranging from light showers to thunderstorms to hurricanes, lasts all the way through November. I mention it because the sky seems to have forgotten this, and has gotten ahead of schedule.
Now, this definitely does not mean that summers down here aren't hot. They are. It's almost paradoxical, explaining how Florida can be both the "Sunshine State" and the lightning capital of the world.
You can tell that it has been an uneventful week when I have nothing to discuss but the weather. Oh well.