Anyone who was in York today knows it properly lashed it down.
Rain is too small a word for it. A sky torrent of water bucketed on to the city, turning streets into streams and sending everyone scuttling for the nearest shop or doorway.
Except these two.
Unlike the rest of us soggy wimps, they didn’t let a mere torrential rainstorm stop them enjoying a pint by the river.
Spotted by a YorkMix photographer on King’s Staith at the height of the cloudburst, they stayed to enjoy their beers outside the King’s Arms.
One safely under her brolly, another zipped into a blue raincoat, they showed real York spirit, kept calm and carried on.
We say: Well played to you both!
It’s not just York that’s suffered from the rain this month of course. Across the UK, it has been the 10th wettest May on record, according to Met Office figures.
But there are two rays of sunshine. Firstly, there are no current flood warnings or alerts affecting York.
And secondly, the Bank Holiday Weekend is forecast to be better – reaching 19C by Saturday with light cloud, and 20C on Sunday with actual sunshine.
We’ll drink to that!