The beautiful thing about the beginning of super-hot weather season is that the crushing heat and humidity is still a novelty, and it's such a relief to be able to leave your coat at home that you don't even mind that you can't even bend your fingers, they've swelled so much. Today is one of those brutal, hot days, but do not let this stop you from going outside—today there is sun, but starting tomorrow night, there will be nothing but sadness and rain.

Indeed, it's currently close to 90 degrees in the city, with about 50 percent humidity. Tomorrow will be a little cooler, with a high of 82, but much less sun, and starting tomorrow night, the rains weep o'er his hall and not a soul to hear. Accuweather is describing Monday's sadface rain—expected to start at around 11 a.m. and last through the afternoon— as a "tropical rainstorm," which is not auspicious for your barbecue, but sloths live in the tropics, so maybe we'll get to see sloths!

This is a sloth:

So, if you're not currently making Internet blogs while intermittently glancing at a Disney Channel Original Movie on mute, go to one of these beaches IMMEDIATELY and tell the ocean how much I miss it.