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Funny Quotations about Weather

quotations about weather

Ah, the weather. It's the universal conversation starter, the frequent scapegoat for ruined plans, and the unsolicited director of our daily wardrobe choices. Be it the blistering heat of the summer, the chilling frost of winter, or the unpredictable showers of spring, each shift in weather brings with it a distinct ambiance and a myriad of emotions. But amidst the seriousness of climate discussions, there lies a lighter, more humorous side to this omnipresent aspect of our lives.

In this compilation, we bring together a collection of amusing quotations about the weather that are bound to brighten your day, no matter the forecast. From comical remarks about meteorological mispredictions to jests about seasonal absurdities, these quotes reveal the funny silver lining in every weather cloud. So sit back, grab a beverage suited to today's climate, and prepare for a whirlwind tour through the hilarious side of the weather, one quotation at a time!

"Weather forecast for tonight: dark." George Carlin (American comedian, 1937-2008)

"It was the wrong kind of snow." Terry Worrall (British rail spokesman) explaining disruption on British Rail in 1991

"We had something like that where I grew up. We called it a window." Dan Spencer (baseball coach, 1965-) talking about a 24/7 weather channel)

"Climate is what we expect; weather is what we get." Mark Twain (American writer, 1835-1910)

"Conversation about the weather is the last refuge of the unimaginative." Oscar Wilde (playwright, 1854-1900)

"Poets are always taking the weather so personally. They're always sticking their emotions in things that have no emotions." J. D. Salinger (American novelist and short-story writer, 1919-2010)

"The English winter – ending in July,
To recommence in August." Lord Byron (English poet, 1788-1824)

"Summer has set in with its usual severity." Samuel Taylor Coleridge (English poet, critic, and philosopher, 1772-1834)

"There is no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing." Ranulph Fiennes (English explorer, 1944-)

"A woman rang to say she heard there was a hurricane on the way. Well don't worry, there isn't." Michael Fish (British weather forecaster, 1944-) on the night before catastrophic gales hit southern England

"When two Englishmen meet, their first talk is of the weather." Samuel Johnson (English poet, critic, and lexicographer, 1709-84)

"Come December, people always say, 'Isn't it cold?' Well, of course it's cold. It's the middle of winter. You don't wander around at midnight saying, 'Isn't it dark?'" Arthur Smith (English comedian, 1954-)

"Let no man boast himself that he has got through the perils of winter till at least the seventh of May." Anthony Trollope (English novelist, 1815-82)

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