Without using any numbers (thermometer, barometer, hygrometer, anemometer, udometer, disdrometer, ceilometer or transmissometer readings), describe the weather.

Right now, it is raining. There is the very rare flash of lightning but the rain comes in and out. The rainy clouds are coming from the south, which seems to be a new pattern over the last couple years. The pattern has no name, so we call it a monsoon or the "Nebraska Hurricane."

Watches were issued for Wetaskiwin and Camrose for tornados and the water on the river is rising, raising flood warnings as the Lower Fort Edmonton Trail is shut down.