Weather Quotes

Let the rain kiss you.† Let the rain beat upon your head with silver liquid drops.† Let the rain sing you a lullaby

Langston Hughes

Rainbows apologize for angry skies.

Sylvia Voirol

The trouble with weather forecasting is that it's right too often for us to ignore it and wrong too often for us to rely on it.

Patrick Young

To be interested in the changing seasons is a happier state of mind than to be hopelessly in love with spring

George Santayana

The best thing one can do when it's raining is to let it rain

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

It is one of the secrets of Nature in its mood of mockery that fine weather lays heavier weight on the mind and hearts of the depressed and the inwardly tormented than does a really bad day with dark rain sniveling continuously and sympathetically from a dirty sky

Muriel Spark

There is no season such delight can bring As summer, autumn, winter and the spring

William Browne

External heat and cold had little influence on Scrooge. No warmth could warm, no wintry weather chill him. No wind that blew was bitterer than he, no falling snow was more intent upon its purpose, no pelting rain less open to entreaty.

Charles Dickens

Certain accidents of the weather, for instance, were almost dreaded by me, because they woke the being I was always lulling, and stirred up a craving cry I could not satisfy.

Charlotte Bronte

The weather is here, wish you were beautiful

Jimmy Buffett

Some are weather-wise, some are otherwise

Benjamin Franklin

There will be a rain dance Friday night, weather permitting

George Carlin

Typhoons are a sort of violent whirlwinds. Before these whirlwinds come on... there appears a heavy cloud to the northeast which is very black near the horizon, but toward the upper part is a dull reddish color. The tempest came with great violence, but after a while, the winds ceased all at once and a calm succeeded. This lasted... an hour, more or less, then the gales were turned around, blowing with great fury from the southwest

Captain William Dampier

[John] Dalton was a man of regular habits. For fifty-seven years he walked out of Manchester every day; he measured the rainfall, the temperatureóa singularly monotonous enterprise in this climate. Of all that mass of data, nothing whatever came. But of the one searching, almost childlike question about the weights that enter the construction of these simple moleculesóout of that came modern atomic theory. That is the essence of science: ask an impertinent question, and you are on the way to the pertinent answer

Jacob Bronowski

Rain. Some fat, smiling weatherman would say it was†raw.

Rick Moody

During the next thirty years the pole-ward migration of populations continued. A few fortified cities defied the rising water-levels and the encroaching jungles, building elaborate sea-walls around their perimeters, but one by one these were breached. Only within the former Arctic and Antarctic Circles was life tolerable. The oblique incidence of the sun’s rays provided a shield against the more powerful radiation. Cities on higher ground in mountainous areas nearer the Equator had been abandoned, despite their cooler temperatures, because of the diminished atmospheric protection

J. G. Ballard

Despite its regular annual occurrence in Japan, winter seems to be regarded as an aberration, so the cold is dealt with on the ad hoc basis of dragging out heaters and putting on extra clothing rather than insulating the walls. I eventually came to the conclusion that deep down, Japanese feel that putting up with the cold is good for you

Liza Dalby

The climate is undoubtedly very desirable to live in. In summer the heats are usually moderated by the sea breeze, which sets in early, and in winter the degree of cold is so slight as to occasion no inconvenience. Once or twice we have had hoar frosts and hail, but no appearance of snow. The thermometer has never risen beyond 84, nor fallen lower than 35

Watkin Tench

In Scotland, there is no such thing as†bad weather†- only the wrong clothes.

Billy Connelly

Apartheid does not happen spontaneously, like†bad weather†conditions

Jonathan Kozo

For the man sound in body and serene of mind there is no such thing as†bad weather; every sky has its beauty, and storms which whip the blood do but make it pulse more vigorously.

George Gissing

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

Henry Van Dyke

Every year it seems to me I hear complaints about spring.† It is either†"late" or "unusually cold," "abnormally dry" or "fantastically wet,"†for no one is ever willing to admit that there is no such thing as a normal spring.

Thalassa Crusso

The golden rule of gardening is to pay attention†to local conditions of weather and soil.

Carol Williams

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Updated On : November 26, 2013
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