Hotter? Drier? Who Knows?

It's hard to decide what to believe about the weather. Some things are pretty clear: we're in a drought here in California, it's hot when we thought it might be cold, and it's hotter than we thought it would be when it does get hot. To top things off, it can be tricky to have a conversation about the weather if the person you’re talking with thinks you are getting ready to talk about climate change. This is really funny if you are old enough to remember when talking about the weather was a safe, boring topic of conversation.

In the meantime, while scientists and politicians continue to argue about climate change and what to do about it, I think I want to keep on advising the same course of action. You need to take steps to protect yourself against the sun. (I know, I know: big shock that a guy in the window tint industry would advise protecting yourself against the sun.) But I'm serious. Now more than ever we spend more days in sun and heat. It's more dangerous than you think.

I'm not saying you need to be wrapped from head to foot in window tint material like some kind of weird boy-in-a.-bubble contraption while you sit on your patio. What I am saying, though, is that you need to think carefully about the tent you need on your windows at home and on your car. Control the amount of sun you get.

Because I know you're not interested in wearing sunscreen while you drive or watch television.

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