Weather Quotes

Under this window in stormy weather I marry this man and woman together; Let none but Him who rules the thunder Put this man and woman asunder.†

Jonathan Swift

Then come the wild weather, come sleet or come snow, we will stand by each other, however it blow.†

Simon Dach

The techniques I developed for studying turbulence, like weather, also apply to the stock market

Benoit Mandelbrot

The poet may be used as a barometer, but let us not forget that he is also part of the weather

Lionel Trilling

The closer the bird is to the surface of the water, the firmer and more inelastic is the uplift of the rising air. The bird appears to almost feel the surface with the tip of its weather wing

Lawrence Hargrave

Savvy observers occasionally note television's resemblance to the weather: Everybody loves to complain about it, but nobody can do anything to fix it.†

Michael Medved

If you want to see the sunshine, you have to weather the storm.

Frank Lane

I inherited that calm from my father, who was a farmer. You sow, you wait for good or bad weather, you harvest, but working is something you always need to do.†

Miguel Indurain

I get cold really quickly, but I don't care. I like weather. I never understand why people move someplace so that they can avoid weather.

Holly Hunter

For there is no friend like a sister in calm or stormy weather; To cheer one on the tedious way, to fetch one if one goes astray, to lift one if one totters down, to strengthen whilst one stands.

Christina Rossetti

Every man has a rainy corner of his life whence comes foul weather which follows him

Jean Paul†

Diplomats are useful only in fair weather. As soon as it rains they drown in every drop

Charles de Gaulle

Climate is what we expect, weather is what we get.

Mark Twain†

An inexhaustible good nature is one of the most precious gifts of heaven, spreading itself like oil over the troubled sea of thought, and keeping the mind smooth and equable in the roughest weather.

Washington Irving

All we need is a meteorologist who has once been soaked to the skin without ill effect. No one can write knowingly of the weather who walks bent over on wet days.†

E. B. White
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