It is hot. It’s rather obvious but it’s still hot out.
Here in Japan, most stores switch into autumn gear almost as soon as the clock hits 12 AM on September First despite the fact the weather often fails to make the same sudden transition to cool nights and fair days. Really, the only difference here between the “late summer” (August) and the “early autumn” (September) is all the typhoons that conveniently decided to strike the Japanese mainland this month rather than the last. What the hell’s up with that? (That’s a rhetorical question, you humorless meteorologist. I don’t need an actual explanation regarding high and low pressure systems.) Continue reading