Thursday, August 4, 2011

A Summer Storm

The winter in Arizona is characterized by blue skies and warm dry weather. All that changes in the summer. It is not only distinctively hot, it is more humid than any other time of the year. Now when we talk about humidity, this is not the Mid-west. In June the humidity dropped to 0%. Yes, you guessed it, the humidity was so slight as to not be measurable. So when the humidity goes up to say, 25% that is a dramatic increase for us. It is when that moisture starts falling out of the sky in July and August that things get really interesting. By the way, if you would like to see a 360 degree view of this photo, you can go to my other photo site,

1 comment:

  1. Wow,0% humidity! Today's humidity in Osaka is 78%. Quite different. I enjoyed your 360 degree view too. Thank you.