Rainy Season Starts

The rainy monsoon season officially started this week. In order for it to be declared, “officially here”, we needed to have at least 5 days of rain generating 25 mm (0.98 inches) of rainfall. These 5 days of rain must also include 3 consecutive days of at least 1 mm (0.039 inches) of rain. (Information from PAGASA Climate Monitoring and Prediction)

The daytime high temperatures should start should start to drop.

It makes for some enjoyable running. Wet, but enjoyable.

I did have to run inside a couple of times this week, due to standing water and a late start. Treadmills are still boring.

 

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Rainy Morning

 

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