I was born and live in Dubrovnik (Croatia), which is in the meteorological sense a very interesting city. It is located on the east coast of Adriatic, with a Mediterranean climate, and it is often in the way of Mediterranean cyclones and other atmospheric disturbances. Because these cyclones usually pass further north, snow rarely falls in Dubrovnik, but the frequency of thunder is among the highest in Croatia and beyond. Average annual rainfall in Dubrovnik is considerably higher than for example in London, and at the same time it has more sunshine hours than London. This is because here atmospheric processes are more turbulent and dynamic so we can say that Dubrovnik is a sunny but at the same time rainy city. From all this it follows that it would be strange not to love the weather in Dubrovnik. Weather conditions have fascinated me since my early childhood. Through the “fog” I remember thunder, wind and snow from when I was so young that it is hard for me to believe that my memory goes back that far, so strong were the impressions they left on me. In elementary school I often recorded weather conditions my homework, writing about them and drawing them.