I got caught a bit on the way in this morning by a light summer rain. It was one notch harder than a sprinkle. It was between exiting the bus and entering work. I hid under the bus stop cover for a moment while the light changed. As I walked under the trees, I couldn't help but notice the rain spots directly under the thickets parts of the trees along with the spots between the trees. Not sure where that came from, but sure enough, the rain fell directly under the thickest parts of the cover of the trees. Not sure what was going on there.
"Some kids are just bad seeds." This from a psychologist on NPR. About time someone came up with this idea.