Well, it's September now (duh!), and traditionally, this spells the end of our monsoon season. We'll have markedly less moisture, and therefore, far fewer chances for great clouds at sunset, fewer chances of thunderstorms and therefore fewer chances to catch shots of lightning. Our skies will be more intensely blue. The air is already getting more crisp in the mornings. Hot air balloons are becoming more frequent, until a veritable explosion of them at the annual Balloon Fiesta in the first week of October. So, these are among the last of the monsoon clouds and sunsets. And this is more what our skies will be like over the next month.