Japan’s weather has continued to produce rain without a break for nineteen consecutive days.
The incessant formation of clouds, however, has yielded very low levels of productivity.
“Although we’ve seen the clouds working for nearly three weeks straight, they’ve produced very little rain,” NHK reported.
“Perhaps if they took a break to recuperate they would become more efficient.”
The clouds will be only be fully appreciated in mid-summer once they’ve retired.