The recent rain has flooded a lot of the trails, making them the perfect puddle-splashing playground! When there isn’t a thunderstorm, that is.
Most thunderstorms happen during the warmest part of the day in the spring and summer, but if the temperature in a thundercloud falls below freezing, the raindrops can turn into thundersnow!
At any given second, there are 1,500-2,000 thunderstorms occurring on Earth, and each storm can cover an area as large as 5 to 10 square miles. You’ll probably want to wait for them to pass before you go out splashing.