Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Sometimes It's Not Oppressively Hot : When It's Pouring

There are occasional moments in Puerto Rico, in July, when the weather is not deathly hot and suffocating. Unfortunately, those moments are when it's raining buckets.

The site got a direct lightning hit yesterday.

There's about 4"-6" of water on the jumping surface at this point.

The Ground Jury watches in amazement. It was less like a rain storm, and more like a spigot in the sky. Thunder, lightning, raining too hard to see or hear much.

Joe is Brazilian, so he's apparently impervious to heat. I have heard not one complaint about the weather from him.

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