The non-stop rain is reminiscent of August of 2003 when similar meteorological circumstances prevailed in New York City’s East Village.
Today, on 7th Street between A and B, and then on past St. Brigid’s, more rain was imminent from the early evening sky with its swirling gray clouds that might have made Coleridge’s Mariner take notice. The winds were strong, but invigorating with the warmer temperatures. Later, once the rain burst through though, slightly cooler spring weather had returned.
June 26th, 2009
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