# And here, it can go from blazing sunshine, 110 degrees to soaking wet and 75 degrees in 20 minutes

#### Beingness

##### Member
Hi everybody,

In that documentary, Home/2020, Episode 09, Ballard is talking about temperature in Nacajuca, Mexico. He says: "And here, it can go from blazing sunshine, 110 degrees to soaking wet and 75 degrees in 20 minutes.

I can't understand it clearly. Please, Help me.

• #### GreenWhiteBlue

##### Banned
What do you not understand? Clearly, you realize that he is talking about weather. I cannot believe that you do not know what "sunshine" is, or what it means to describe weather as "wet". Are you confused by the temperatures being given in Fahrenheit (which is generally used in the United States) rather than Celsius/Centigrade (which is not generally used in the United States)?

#### You little ripper!

##### Senior Member
Here it can be very hot (110 degrees) and then twenty minutes later it will pour with rain and the temperature will drop to 75 degrees!

#### Beingness

##### Member
Thank you so much, Sometimes, sentences, going through each other, make me confuse. Thank you again.

#### entangledbank

##### Senior Member
The structure is 'go from X to Y in time T', but the punctuation makes it look like it contains '110 degrees to soaking wet'. I was fooled by that on first reading.

#### RM1(SS)

##### Senior Member
The structure is 'go from X to Y in time T', but the punctuation makes it look like it contains '110 degrees to soaking wet'.
Ought to be a comma after "degrees".

#### kentix

##### Senior Member
And I'm not sure the first one is needed.

And here it can go from blazing sunshine, 110 degrees, to soaking wet and 75 degrees in 20 minutes.

Or maybe this:

And here it can go from blazing sunshine, 110 degrees, to soaking wet, and 75 degrees, in 20 minutes.

With the base sentence:
And here it can go from blazing sunshine to soaking wet in 20 minutes.