Everyone knows that water melts witches, so running in the rain can be stress-free because you won’t cross paths with one who’d be tempted to put a hex on you. If you’re a witch, not even the best rain gear is 100% effective, so it’s best to stay inside and not take a chance at being melted.
By the way, witches, putting hexes on people is extremely rude. If you’re out for a run and see a group of mortals doing the same, please refrain from working your black magic. Being kind and considerate is something the witch community really needs to embrace.
Tip #1 – Bring this list of tips with you and place them in a plastic sleeve so they won’t get soaked in case you need to refer to them mid-run.
Tip #2 – Read the five tips over and over carefully before leaving on your run. You don’t want to stop mid-run and read them again.
Tip #3 – Singing “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on my Head” is appropriate while running, but in the shower after running, it is inappropriate. The shower stream, for the most part, strikes the shoulders and upper back, not your head.
Tip #4 – Runners should keep in mind that rain falls mainly on the plain except in Spain. As well, if you get soaked, a bloke from Roanoke will poke you in the throat.
Tip #5 – Chance of rain with lows in the 40’s. Skies clearing by afternoon.