But damn, did it EVER rain last night!

Ariel was pretty happy that it did NOT rain yesterday, as was I since I did not get absolutely soaked on my bike ride home from work like I did the previous evening.  However, is it just me or were any of you woken up at around 4am this morning by the LOUDEST rain storm (sans thunder) that you’ve ever heard?  Seriously, it was a deluge out there–it sounded like there was a waterfall outside of my window!

Please tell me that I’m not crazy.

[Photo by land of entrapment]

17 Responses to “But damn, did it EVER rain last night!”

  1. CKChew says:

    Word. I had to put my earplugs in.

  2. blahblah says:

    Folsom and 17th flooded again.

  3. Malcolm says:

    You are SANE SIR. It woke me up too, my room transformed into a hut in the Amazon. It felt so good to be in bed that moment.

  4. Ariel Dovas says:

    It was just raining guns and balls outside my window and now the hot sun is blazing in. I love it.

  5. Ian says:

    Slept right through it. Guess I’m pretty tired these days.

  6. danfinger says:

    Heap big drops make heap big noise!

  7. stallionjr says:

    it was wild out there. i tried not to fall back asleep.

  8. House says:

    It really was the loudest rain I’ve ever heard. I’ve been telling people about it today.

  9. D. Jon Moutarde says:

    U R NO CRAZY. Bad ass drippy drippy on the cardboard at the bottom of the air well.

    That’s sure an old picture of Sycamore + Mission — the corner market was still open. I think they sold those green vegetable displays to Duc Loi.

  10. Christine says:

    Yup, I definitely woke my boyfriend up around 4 to say “DO YOU HEAR THAT?!??!?!” Thanks for reminding me it wasn’t just a dream. It was crazy!

  11. Greenland Whale Fisheries says:

    woke me up at 3:50 and my balcony nearly flooded

  12. ashley says:

    epically beautiful.

  13. Chris says:

    Yeah… I leave for work every morning at 4am. So I was out in it. I’ve been saying without exaggeration, it’s the hardest I’ve ever seen it rain. Glad I’m not the only one to think that!