Are you sure you are in Bremen and not Curitiba? I mean, you totally described the weather here. We must always walk with an umbrella and we must never trust the weather forecast.
What? Is the weather seriously that bad where you live? Yikes! It's like the Bremen of Brazil. The city in Hokkaido where my mom is from is also kind of the same...except a little bit colder. I think the warmest it gets in Kushiro is 28 degrees....
That looks deceptively like a day with moody weather in Bergen. Except I haven't seen hail just yet, it has mostly been constant rain, with occasional heavy rain. The forecast for the next four days looks good though, so I hope to enjoy some of that crisp autumn weather :DThe comic looks great by the way, and I really like the grey tones you've used.
Thanks Jostein!! G tells me Bergen is THE rainiest city in Europe! Is that true?! And yay for crisp autumn weather, it's the best! It's also very sunny and crisp and brisk here in Berlin today too....I hope it stays that way for our flea market tomorrow!
Haha, that sounds about right! Personally, I haven't read any scientifical proof that it is, but I wouldn't be surprised...What I did find out is that Bergen has an average of 2250 mm precipitation in one year, according to the Norwegian Institute of Meteorology. Tons of rainy days!Hope your fleamarket goes well. Looking forward to read comics about it!