We're back to midsummer weather around here.
To say nothing of the physics of surfing a wave this large, how does one get to be 80 feet tall?
They should fudge the forecast if they think it's going to be easier to communicate.
At this time of year, the sound of summer cicadas drown out the noise of traffic and the beautiful views of water and trees seem far removed from the nearby urban sprawl.
It's not just warmer oceans — sea level rise, droughts and floods all play a role in worsening toxic algal blooms.
It has either been hot or wet this summer. Sometimes, both!
There's not much to complain about with the weather here.
Videos show the water crashing down behind a home and then, seemingly, disappearing.
Once we get through a couple more raindrops, it should be drier for a few days. Hotter, too.
On Saturday, the Peckman River reached its breaking point, and it unfortunately occurred right next to a Jeep Chrysler dealership.