Discussion in 'Restaurants, Dining, Dining Plans' started by foreverducky, Jul 16, 2008.
It's the "monsoon" season, Tink. Technically, not a monsoon, but it is in that it's an abnormal weather pattern.
The humidity generally arrives in late June/early July and sticks around until early to mid-September. It can vary widely from year-to-year. The moisture is swept into the state from the Gulf coast, producing storms as it mixes with drier, hotter air. We used to be able to depend on a nasty wind strom every afternoon followed by a severe thunderstorm and deluge of rain.
Now we have such an urban island of concrete and asphalt that the pattern has changed and we get a lot of humidity with some rain throughout the season.
Still, better two months of heat and humidity than shoveling snow for three or four months!
I just Sam Brown getting that orange alcohol slushie from France. I'm getting one of those, it looked so yummy!
Is she licking the glass like Johnie did
it was good! And I had the white one, not the orange one.
no but she was amongst a line of people and it looked fabulous
It actually did look pretty good
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