It's Like Ra-a-a-a-ain on Graduation Day!: Ha! We've only had dribs and drabs of sun, and last week the weather catchphrase was 'March weather in May - unusual, but not unheard of.' Also, don't forget that 'sunbreaks' was popularized here in the Willamette Valley decades ago, as a way to celebrate 2 minutes of sun or very bright clouds on an otherwise thick gray blanket day in November-midJune.
[I wouldn't wish this weather on the Bay Area - I have fond memories of two weeks a month of sun all through the winter in Berkeley and Oakland.]
PS Sent more prozac and full spectrum lighting!