Weathering the storm

Whether hot, cold, wet or dry, one thing you have to remember is not to overdo climatic conditions. The following passage illustrates this point:

It had been raining hard for days. Water streamed from the gutters of every roof, pouring down windows, along pavements, running in fast moving rivulets along each road. Underneath the streets, torrents of water gushed and gurgled beneath the feet of the people hurrying along the shiny, wet pavements, pushing and shoving one another in their haste to get out of the rain. Steel grey storm clouds gathered overhead, meeting one another head on in preparation for yet another downpour. It was very, very wet. (85 words)

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