I looked out the window yesterday morning, watching the fog roll in. No kidding, we haven't seen this kind of fog in 20 years. It's an indication of a lot of rain. This is agriculture country, and in the old dinosaur days, all the crops were flood irrigated. I won't get into the hours upon hours we had to spend fixing irrigation boxes that washed out due to the crawdad population.
As the rain decreased, most all the farmers went to drip irrigation. The less water there was, the less tulle fog. The rains we had the last few weeks have taken us back to driving basically blindfolded. Us old timers have no problem ... we get it ... but the kids who haven't driven in this before are a pain in the patoo.
Anyway, I donned my famous waterproof after-ski boots that I get teased about. I mean really, it's not like it's 20 degrees out. HOWEVER, it doesn't get any wetter than walking on very thick grass covered in frost. My feet were dry and toasty the entire day.