To Our Readers

Santa Fe, New Mexico, boasts over three hundred days of sunshine a year. That's one of the reasons the city attracts so many visitors. As one of those visitors, and one who came from a climate that, well, varies a great deal, I can tell you how quickly one becomes accustomed to the sunshine. You come to expect it.

But the months of July and August break the pattern. Mornings are sunny as usual, but you're wise to carry an umbrella if you're outdoors in the afternoon. With little warning, the skies darken, the thunder claps, and suddenly it's pouring rain. Then, just as quickly as the storm rolled in, it's gone. The sun is shining again, as usual.

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