The rain last night and this morning was nice to see in central and northeast KELOLAND, it was the severe weather we could have done without. But, of course, not everyone received the rain. Staying dry in the midst of a heat spell is not a good thing, as the ground continues to dry up.
And you know, sooner or later, we will scour out the heat and humidity. If areas of KELOLAND continue to dodge the rain, the soil will dry up even quicker as we head into September.
While dry ground is easy to heat up, it's also easier to cool. Any excessively dry ground we have will cool off quicker at night, and if a piece of cool Canadian air breaks loose this fall, an early frost might be in store. First frosts in KELOLAND typically don't occur until the third or fourth week of September.