One of the numerous thunderheads that passed us on their way east, towards Mt. Hood. Yesterday was hot and unbearably humid, though any southerner or midwesterner would have laughed and shook their heads. Summer in the Pacific Northwest is, for the most part, a dry heat with humidity levels hanging around 30%, sometimes lower, in the hottest months, so it’s always an unwelcome change when it soars past that magic number.
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