The weather forecasts have been wildly off lately. I can't rely on the nightly forecast for an early morning drop. I had forgotten that. I was 25 miles south when I noticed a dark patch of clouds to my right (which would be between the drop and my house) that looked like it had rain coming down. I noticed a strange easterly wind when I left. Not good. As I approached the 42 mile training drop (a common twice weekly drop during racing season for them) I noticed the strangest cloud formations I have ever seen in my life! It looked like silk sheets or frozen water waves. The definition was so sharp - not cloud-like at all. As I left the drop, I saw a guy pulled over, out of his car, staring at the clouds (see - it wasn't just me!)
Anyway, to make things worse, just as I opened the baskets, it started sprinkling. Then I heard thunder. As I drove off, it was raining. Then clear, then rain again. After 20 minutes, it was fine. Honestly, they are 2 years olds (mostly) and I'm not worried. Still, I have never trained in weather any where near as bad as that. I wish I had set up my clock to see when they get in.