Wyoming enjoys lower than average humidity. Starting in spring, however, we get spotty humidity barrages that mean a thunderstorm may be breaking out - whether or not we have an umbrella. Do most of us not even own one?

Below is a comment on tripadvisor answering a jovial travel planner who asked about Wyoming thunderstorms. Check this out.

"Afternoon showers come in quickly and move out quickly. It can be raining in one spot and 100 yards away it's dry. Most people in Wyoming don't even own an umbrella." 

Wow, "in and out quickly" is usually correct, but I'd question if most don't own umbrellas - that is if I found any confirmation otherwise - but I didn't. Do you  think it may be true?