I have angered the sailing gods. Look at this weather forecast.
Tom Skilling's 7-day forecast
-2008's highest temperature/humidity combo to date! Thunderstorm clusters threaten at times this morning -- some may produce downpours. Then pt. sunny, windy from the south with gusts past 20 m.p.h., very warm, humid. New storms may erupt far northern sections at times this afternoon/evening. Partly cloudy, windy, warm and muggy overnight.
Partly cloudy, quite windy from the south/southwest with gusts near 40 m.p.h., very warm and humid. Active thunderstorms threaten in the afternoon/evening.
Continued warm and humid. Scattered t-storms in the morning followed by partly sunny skies. An isolated t-storm or two may occur in the afternoon?
Position of frontal boundary to set-up huge north/south temperature spead. Cloudy intervals, not quite as warm, but still humid. Clusters of showers/thunderstorms.
Turning very warm and humid again as warm front shifts north. Intervals of clouds and sun. South winds increase 10-22 m.p.h. Scattered thunderstorms possible early.
Sun and building clouds. Very warm and humid. Downpour-generating thunderstorms threaten late. Gusty southerly winds which pass 20 m.p.h. at times.
Good deal of cloudiness. Not as warm. Waves of showers and thunderstorms. Heavy rainfall possible. Turning cooler Wednesday night.
You should see the visual - this picture shows for Every. Single. Day.
I think I'm going to try to treat sailing in the rain as a new skill to be learned, because otherwise I won't see the boat at all this month.