It has rained more than shined around here and while my tomatoes may not exactly be suffering, it's the rare variety doing well. I spent the last 10 years collecting varieties that would do well here. I tried probably 100 Russian/Eastern European types thinking that if they can take Siberia, they can take it here. Pretty much true. But the best, I think, most reliable, is a variety from Kentucky called Grandfather Ashlock. Every year I'm surprised. Sort of like Groundhog's Day. If we have a long summer and a late fall, all will be well.
Yes, I am working on Bittersweet 3. "Scorching the world one mouth at a time." You'll have to read the book to understand it.