You live in an area with a moderate climate. A lot of times the sun is out and the weather is warm, but there are some rainy days. There's not really much to complain about, however, as the precipitation is about average. You don't consider it to be the best place in the world to live, sometimes you watch the rain come down and wish you lived in Los Angeles, but you figure you could certainly do worse as well.
For 15 years, the rainfall has been pretty much as expected. There were a few years that it rained less than usual and you had a lot of sunny weather, 1998 for example, but otherwise it's been pretty typical, and some years were wetter than normal.
Last fall, there was a lot more rain than usual. This mostly continued throughout the winter. You've been a bit concerned about the extra precipitation, hoping that that doesn't mean it will continue throughout the spring and the summer. You have some big parties and events that you are planning to host, and you hope that the weather won't put a damper on their sucess.
Suddenly in April and May, there has been some great weather. There have been twice as many sunny days as usual, and you have lots of opportunities to get out and enjoy the sunshine. Everything you planned went off without a hitch.
You are surprised by this, and wonder if it means anything. You remember that rainy days aren't always evenly spread out - sometimes they come in groups and sometimes they don't appear for quite some time. What is more significant, the extended track record or the last couple of months? Is there any reason to expect things will change in the future?
What do you conclude?
A) This is a temporary weather variance, and the weather will likely return to normal.
B) The weather is really clutch in the playoffs