A UM first year encounters a local meterological phenomenon:
I like the weather in Miami — it's usually sunny and warm — which is a distinct difference from anywhere else I've lived for nine months of the year. The problem? There's this particular tendency for it to monsoon, sometimes out of the clear blue, that lasts for thirty minutes and then totally clears up. It's perfectly tropical.
I think I prefer snow to this.
You do get used to it. And it usually ends before the end of the work day, which is convenient.