|After work we went outside to find interesting skies that looked like rain in the distance.
|You can see where it was raining in the distance (to the left of the dock).
|So, Sabrina got in a quick walk with Tango before the impending rain.
|We went out to the top deck to get a better view of the dramatic sky. It went from no wind to a forceful, cool wind that
seemed to make the temperature drop instantly by about 10 or 15 degrees.
|Here you can see only half of Hopkins as the rain came in. Thankfully it bypassed those of us who are south of town.