Weather can change within an instant. One second it's bright and sunny outside, and five minutes later clouds cover the sky as the temperature drops and it starts to pour. Scenarios like this happen all the time and are especially frequent during the spring and summertime across the Centennial State.
When it comes to weather, and specifically extreme weather, making the wrong decision in real-time can come back to bite you, even turn you into a statistic if you're not careful. Here are some of the most popular summer weather myths you should absolutely avoid.