We've had constant downpours at the Paris air show, which have so far well and truly put a dampener on Solar Impulse's plan to carry out daily flying displays with its sun-powered prototype.
I caught up with Solar Impulse co-founder and round-the-world balloonist Bertrand Piccard to find out if he expects the weather to improve enough for the aircraft to fly (video of the interview coming soon to Flightglobal).
He said it's very unlikely it'll fly on Tuesday or Wednesday but it might be able to take to the sky towards the end of the week, provided the sun puts his hat on.
I also asked if it ever got boring flying for up to 24 hours in a small cockpit all by yourself (not one of my most intelligent questions, I know, but I was curious. I held back on asking how calls of nature were answered).
His answer: "When you work and live for a project, it's everything but boring." So there you go.
Finders crossed the weather improves - not just for Solar Impulse but for all of us here who keep getting drenched every time we leave the confines of the Flightglobal chalet!