Dark Summer Clouds

Photograph by ©Omar Upegui R.
Photograph by ©Omar Upegui R.

We are now into the first month of our Dry Season in Panama, which extends all the way to mid May and sometimes mid June.  Usually during this season, the skies are blue with white cotton clouds.  However, last week, the clouds were black-gray and the blue skies were almost gone.  Mothes Nature has not yet adjusted her monthly schedule.

Some light rain, but nothing nothing much.  Strange!

Good Day!


2 thoughts on “Dark Summer Clouds”

  1. We call that little patch of blue “Dutchmen’s breeches.” I grew up learning that, if it was in the sky, there would be no rain. It’s seemed to hold true over the years — except, not always!

    1. Thanks for the info Linda. It did rain that afternoon, but just a bit. A few minutes later, the dark clouds were goine and the sky was blue again; exactly the way it should be. In my opinion, forecasting weather is never an exact science.

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