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Our normal summer weather pattern includes a chance of afternoon thunderstorms. But we are stuck in a pattern of repetitive thunderstorms.
Living in the mountains of western North Carolina, we are accustomed to the grind of a daily thunderstorm. The humidity builds throughout the day until Mother Nature just has to release the pressure and drop some rain on us. But the key is “a” thunderstorm a day.
As we have mentioned many times, Frankie is not a fan of rumbling skies (or fighter jets flying overhead or any other loud noises), so he believes that no more than one thunderstorm a day should be allowed. In fact, he is lobbying to move to somewhere that doesn’t have thunderstorms at all.
Snow is fine, just not thunder.
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