Weather Quotes

Day is like day as two beads in a rosary, unless changes of weather form the only variety

Henryk Sienkiewicz

Bad weather always looks worse through a window.

Tom Lehrer

As winter weather settles in around the country, millions of American families are facing skyrocketing home heating prices with even greater impact if cold temperatures persist into the spring.

Russ Carnahan

Apart from anything else, I find boots are too hot except in wintry weather. At home I usually wear a sweater, shirt and slacks.†

Honor Blackman

Among famous traitors of history one might mention the weather.†

Ilka Chase†

There is little chance that meteorologists can solve the mysteries of weather until they gain an understanding of the mutual attraction of rain and weekends.

Arnot Sheppard

It is best to read the weather forecast before praying for rain.

Mark Twain

Sunshine is delicious, rain is refreshing, wind braces us up, snow is exhilarating; there is really no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather

John Ruskin

We may achieve climate, but weather is thrust upon us.†

O. Henry

Change of weather is the discourse of fools.

Thomas Fuller†

Any proverbs about weather are doubly true during a storm.

Ed Northstrum

Along the melting shores of earth An emerald flame there ran, Forest and field grew bright, and mirth Gladdened the flocks of man. Then glory grew on earth and heaven, Full glory of full day! Then the bright rainbow's colours seven On every iceberg lay! In Balder's hand Christ placed His own, And it was golden weather, And on that berg as on a throne The Brethren stood together! And countless voices far and wide Sang sweet beneath the sky "All that is beautiful shall abide, All that is base shall die.".

Robert Williams Buchanan

For there is no friend like a sister in calm or stormy weather.

Christina Rosetti

Weather means more when you have a garden. There's nothing like listening to a shower and thinking how it is soaking in around your green beans.

Marcelene Cox

Surely the mischief of hypocrisy can never be enough inveighed against. When religion is in request, it is the chief malady of the church, and numbers die of it; though because it is a subtle and inward evil, it be little perceived. It is to be feared there are many sick of it, that look well and comely in God's outward worship, and they may pass well in good weather, in times of peace; but days of adversity are days of trial.

Joseph Hall
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