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
:tongue0011-1: 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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