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Quotations about Bad Weather
Welcome to my page of quotations about bad weather, inclement weather, annoying weather. But in the big picture — except for the true extremes — is it really so bad? See also: Weather, Cold Weather, Hot Weather, Rain, Winter, Snow, Storms, Thunderstorms, Weather Forecasting, Wind —ღ Terri
The only consolation in foul weather is to turn one's lock upon the street, and settle in by the fire with tea and a good book... ~Stephanie Barron, Jane and the Man of the Cloth: Being the Second Jane Austen Mystery, 1997
“Bad weather always looks worse through a window,” my mother used to tell us... ~Marion Mill Preminger, All I Want Is Everything, 1957
We often hear of bad weather, but in reality, no weather is bad. It is all delightful, though in different ways. Some weather may be bad for farmers or crops, but for man all kinds are good. Sunshine is delicious, rain is refreshing, wind braces us up, snow is exhilarating. As Ruskin says, "There is really no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather." ~John Lubbock, "Recreation," The Use of Life, 1894
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, "Winter," The Private Papers of Henry Ryecroft, 1903
To the mind responsive to nature, there is no such thing as bad weather. If children are taught to find joy in the rain and the snow, the wind and the hail, the clouds and the sunshine, the music of the wind and other outdoor voices, they will find joy in all weathers. ~Alice G. McCloskey, "Weather," 1911
Some one has said there is no such thing as bad weather, there are only good clothes. ~Elisabeth Woodbridge, "In the Rain," 1911
No Weather is Bad
When you're Suitably Clad.
~Arthur Guiterman, "Of Apparel," A Poet's Proverbs, 1924
There's no such thing as bad weather, only unsuitable clothing. ~Alfred Wainwright (1907–1991)
Frazz: My ancestors said, "There's no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing."
Caulfield: You told me it was no bad weather, just insufficient espresso.
Frazz: That's what my descendants will say their ancestors said.
~Jef Mallett, Frazz, 2013
Frazz: The Scandinavians say there's no bad weather, just bad clothing... And they would know.
Girl: I want to live where there's no bad weather, just bad sunscreen.
~Jef Mallett, Frazz, 2014
Sorrow and ill weather come unsent for. ~Scottish proverb
After bad weather comes good. After a storm comes a calm. ~Italian proverb
Everyone can navigate in fine weather. ~Italian proverb
The good seaman is known in bad weather. ~Proverb
Umbrellas that are up when Days are duller,
Instead of being Dark should glow with Color.
~Arthur Guiterman, "Of Cheeriness," A Poet's Proverbs, 1924
There's a technical term for a sunny, warm day which follows two rainy days. It's called Monday. ~Internet meme
When storm sweeps across the land or when sudden cold grips with icy fingers, there is the temptation to say that nature is giving us a hard time of it. But the fact is that nature is neither vindictive nor benevolent. Man merely finds conditions to his liking or his distaste. The wind and weather are as unaware of man as they are of the hibernating woodchuck or the migrating bluebird. The only emotion involved is man's emotion. The big primal forces, of which wind and weather are prime examples, were doing pretty much these same things before man appeared; and if man should vanish as a species, they would go right on doing those things. ~Hal Borland
What do you call it when it rains chickens and ducks? Fowl weather. ~Author unknown
Elvis: Coziness inside directly correlates to how bad the weather is outside. And it is VERY cozy inside today!
Puck: Elvis, it's called "The Cocoa Index," and it's the gold standard measurement of inclement weather.
~Georgia Dunn, Breaking Cat News, 2020
Fine weather is a prejudice of youth. For an old man, the weather can be neither fine nor bad; it is the very texture of the weather that seems priceless, whether brightened by shafts of sunlight or clouded with darkness. ~François Mauriac (1885–1970), "Man and Nature, and Art, and what it should be," Nouveaux Mémoires Intérieurs, 1965, translated from the French by Herma Briffault, The Inner Presence: Recollections of My Spiritual Life, 1968
If you wait long enough, it will be good weather. ~Japanese proverb
Name the season's first hurricane Zelda and fool Mother Nature into calling it a year. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com
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