Living in the Lower Mainland, you get used to the rain. There are plenty of places where it's far more of an occasional visitor - such as San Francisco during the summer, if my reading of the climate table is correct. Still, every once in a while the rain will come down, no matter where you are - even if you're in the Atacama Desert.
During a thankfully short San Francisco downpour, I captured this shot of Peter Witt #1815 making its way west along the Embarcadero, heedless of the storm. Though judging by the windows it looks like it may have been at least somewhat humid inside.
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