I’m guessing the drought is still on, because there doesn’t seem to have been much rain recently. (Today being an exception.) Obviously the impact in rural areas is a big problem, but what does it mean in urban areas?
Water restrictions will keep going. No bad thing. I can’t believe until recently people used to wash down their driveways. What a waste.
But what about the garden? I’m glad my garden is mostly native bushes that don’t need much water, but the grass is suffering. Jeremy’s bathwater goes on it sometimes though.
Fairly reliable weather forecasts mean you rarely need to leave the house with an umbrella or a raincoat unnecessarily.
Walking (and therefore PT use) and cycling are more attractive, on most days. After all, nobody wants to get drenched just going out.
The washing can dry outside. Don’t usually need to use the dryer, or make space inside for endless numbers of clothes horses… although the air in winter is so moist, most things do end up drying inside a bit.