Looking out the window of my quaint small house on Main Street, I took note of the dull appearance of the sky. The colors of the sky were rather gray with an appearance of sadness, of low energy, and of a rainy day ahead. The sun was nowhere to be found as it hid behind the layers of thick clouds passing overhead. Today was going to be a sad, rainy day.
...or so I thought.
What I didn't realize was today was also going to be a hot one-- temperatures climbing way up into the 100-degree range. The weatherman didn't tell us that. Usually, he was very accurate with giving us all the information we need. But why would he neglect to tell us about the dangerous heat wave of today?
I didn't think about the heat as I mindlessly browsed through the television channels, watching various cartoons. But then, it happened. Quickly, the temperatures climbed up outside. Soon, it was in the high 90-degree range. Then, it broke the 100-degree mark. Before I knew it, I had turned