We had weather this week: genuine early season rain that began Monday and persisted on and off through Thursday. Genuine rain meant occasional glimpses of genuine storm clouds like these–something you might take for granted if you’re vantage point is the Midwest, the South, or the East, but are an event here on the very edge of the lip of the West Coast. This shot: on the Eastshore Freeway frontage road, just south of University Avenue in Berkeley.
Related link: Coming Attractions: Autumn Rain
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Great Clouds! We’ve had seven straight days of complete sunshine to start October in Chicago, a record I believe.
The Chicago Weather Center blog corroborates your report http://blog.chicagoweathercenter.com/2011/10/sunny-saturday-ties-october-record-for-cloudless-skies.html
Amazing to me that there are records comprehensive enough for the bloggers to report that longest cloudless stretch in Chicago weather-record history was 10 days … in 1916,