Sometimes the rain will dry up quite suddenly and the day becomes extremely hot and humid
I have all sorts of gear so that I ran in almost any type of weather. I’ve purchased specialized clothing that wicks away moisture and makes working out in heat and humidity less brutal. I’ve bought jackets and pants that create a very thin, lightweight material that is somehow extremely warm. The clothing is designed to allow freedom of movement and avoid chafing. My sneakers are specifically for running and I have two pairs that I alternate. It’s a good idea to give the shoe time to dry out and reshape between runs. I replace one pair every six months so that neither sneaker is ever over a year old. Because I sometimes run for long distances in the heat, I wear something called a camel pack. I’m able to take a drink of water without breaking stride. I also have bluetooth headphones so that I’m not dealing with any restrictive cords but can listen to music. I vary my runs between short routes focused on speed and longer workouts targeting endurance. I have paths that include steep inclines and others that are level and more scenic. While I’ve brave snow, wind and just about every type of weather, I actually enjoy running in light rain. I wear moisture-resistance clothing so that I don’t get all that wet. The rain keeps me cool, and I like the feel and smell of it. I find it very refreshing. However, a gentle rain can quickly turn into a downpour. That isn’t as enjoyable. Sometimes the rain will dry up quite suddenly and the day becomes extremely hot and humid. I’m then dressed wrong and end up sweating profusely.