Weather Quotes

“Just for the record, the weather today is calm and sunny, but the air is full of bullshit.”
― Chuck Palahniuk

“April is the cruelest month, breeding
lilacs out of the dead land, mixing
memory and desire, stirring
dull roots with spring rain.”
― T.S. Eliot

“The storm starts, when the drops start dropping
When the drops stop dropping then the storm starts stopping.”
― Dr. Seuss

“You are the sky. Everything else – it’s just the weather.”
― Pema Chödrön

“October extinguished itself in a rush of howling winds and driving rain and November arrived, cold as frozen iron, with hard frosts every morning and icy drafts that bit at exposed hands and faces.”
― J.K. Rowling

“A lot of people like snow. I find it to be an unnecessary freezing of water.”
― Carl Reiner

“Rain makes me feel less alone. All rain is, is a cloud- falling apart, and pouring its shattered pieces down on top of you. It makes me feel good to know I’m not the only thing that falls apart . It makes me feel better to know other things in nature can shatter.”
― Lone Alaskan Gypsy

“Solitude is the soil in which genius is planted, creativity grows, and legends bloom; faith in oneself is the rain that cultivates a hero to endure the storm, and bare the genesis of a new world, a new forest.”
― Mike Norton

“When all is said and done, the weather and love are the two elements about which one can never be sure.”
― Alice Hoffman

“The sun did not shine. It was too wet to play. So we sat in the house. All that cold, cold, wet day.”
― Dr. Seuss

“But who wants to be foretold the weather? It is bad enough when it comes, without our having the misery of knowing about it beforehand.”
― Jerome K. Jerome

“They call this war a cloud over the land. But they made the weather and then they stand in the rain and say ‘Shit, it’s raining!”
― Charles Frazier

“From where we stand the rain seems random. If we could stand somewhere else, we would see the order in it.”
― Tony Hillerman

“Thunderstorms are as much our friends as the sunshine.”
― Criss Jami

“Precipitate as weather, she appeared from somewhere, then evaporated, leaving only memory.”
― Haruki Murakami

“It always rains on tents. Rainstorms will travel thousands of miles, against prevailing winds for the opportunity to rain on a tent.”
― Dave Barry

“In Ohio seasons are theatrical. Each one enters like a prima donna, convinced its performance is the reason the world has people in it.”
― Toni Morrison

“Summer in the deep South is not only a season, a climate, it’s a dimension. Floating in it, one must be either proud or submerged.”
― Eugene Walter

“Too much sun after a Syracuse winter does strange things to your head, makes you feel strong, even if you aren’t.”
― Laurie Halse Anderson

“It was one of those perfect English autumnal days which occur more frequently in memory than in life.”
― P.D. James

“Pray don’t talk to me about the weather, Mr. Worthing. Whenever people talk to me about the weather, I always feel quite certain that they mean something else. And that makes me quite nervous.”
― Oscar Wilde

“My mom says that when it rains you never feel like you should be anywhere but home.”
― Elise Broach

“Look at that moon. Potato weather for sure.”
― Thornton Wilder

“The month of August had turned into a griddle where the days just lay there and sizzled.”
― Sue Monk Kidd

“Don’t knock the weather. If it didn’t change once in a while, nine out of ten people couldn’t start a conversation.”
― Kim Hubbard

“It was raining in the small, mountainous country of Llamedos. It was always raining in Llamedos. Rain was the country’s main export. It had rain mines.”
― Terry Pratchett

“There was something horribly depressing, she felt, about watching the weather report. That life could be planned like the perfect summer picnic drained it of spontaneity.”
― Galt Niederhoffer

“After three days men grow weary, of a wench, a guest, and weather rainy.”
― Benjamin Franklin

“There is no way that we can predict the weather six months ahead beyond giving the seasonal average”
― Stephen Hawking

“Winter teetered on the verge of succumbing to the returning sun, but today the breeze still preferred the touch of snowflakes”
― Rue

“It is not summer, England doesn’t have summer, it has continuous autumn with a fortnight’s variation here and there.”
― Natasha Pulley

“Life is no different than the weather. Not only is it unpredictable, but it shows us a new perspective of the world every day.”
― Suzy Kassem

“There is no weather in malls.”
― Charles Baxter

“Weatherman says,” Kev scoffed. “I wouldn’t trust that silly bugger to know it’s raining now.”
― Ransom Riggs

“Weather is always unrehearsed.”
― Marty Rubin

“Estelle used to call these the restless days, when the warmer-blooded gods began to stir, and the cold ones began to settle. When dreamers were most prone to bad ideas, and wanderers were likely to get lost.”
― V.E. Schwab

“If you don’t like the weather in New England now, just wait a few minutes.”
― Mark Twain

“The weather and my mood have little connection. I have my foggy and my fine days within me; my prosperity or misfortune has little to do with the matter.”
― Blaise Pascal

“It’s so dry the trees are bribing the dogs.”
― Charles Martin

“All at once, it seemed, the leaves of cottonwood trees around the cabin turned golden and whispered to themselves, then curled into black flutes and floated to the ground in crispy, lacy heaps.”
― Kristin Hannah

“Every Canadian has a complicated relationship with the United States, whereas Americans think of Canada as the place where the weather comes from.”
― Margaret Atwood

“What can it be about low temperatures
that sharpens the edges of objects?”
― Ian McEwan

“Gonna be a real frog-strangling turd-floater.”
― Charles Martin

“Not reassuring when weathermen say ‘Today will be terrible but don’t worry it won’t be as terrible as tomorrow or Friday.”
― Jonah Goldberg

“The sky’s gray and there’s mizzle. It’s so soft on my skin–it’s nothing like rain. It’s even softer than the lightest drizzle! Lift my face up, so it can kiss my skin.” The Panopticon”
― Jenn Fagan

“The rain thundered down so heavily that Pritam could imagine that space itself was made of water and was pouring through rents in the sky’s tired fabric.”
― Stephen M. Irwin

“Organic foods are richer in nutrients. This means they improve satiety and naturally help regulate body weight…Plants produce antioxidants to protect themselves from pests like insects and to withstand harsh weather. When they’re treated with chemicals such as pesticides, they don’t need to produce as much of their own natural defenses, so the levels are lower.” (p.203)”
― Cynthia Sass

“The captain would…turn off the conversation, like a consummate man of the world, to some topic of general interest, such as the Opera, the Prince’s last ball at Carlton House, or the weather – that blessing to society.”
― William Makepeace Thackeray

“In February the weather sometimes gave us a vacation, in August, never. We just got up earlier every morning until finally we met ourselves going to bed.”
― Katherine Paterson

“Love is like the weather in Nevada–you don’t know what the freak happens!”
― Selina

Installing massive amounts of wireless devices into every city may eventually be proven to be a global weather modification system.”
― Steven Magee

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