For the past few mornings, it's been very overcast. In Boston, I would definitely say rain was moving in. But here, alas, it's early in the season (we didn' and nothing happened.
Driving the kids to school today, there was a lot of talk about how "it looks like it's going to rain" and, then....it actually did!
I even put the wipers on for about four times ("Okay, kids--get ready! Something we all haven't seen since March--the wipers on!)
And it got wonderfully cool and the air smelled so good (Question: "When is something negative really positive?" Answer: "When negative ions make the air smell so good after it rains!"). I was so looking forward to getting home and jogging in the great weather. Oh well, the morning rain was shorter than my morning commute and it was partly cloudy and warm by the time I got home. But those ten minutes sure felt good.
PS: "Famous Rabbi" (not sure those two words go together), Rav Shalom Arush, author of "Garden of Emunah" spoke at Penina's school yesterday. Coooool!