„And the weather so breezy/Man why can't life always be this easy?“

—  Kanye West, Flashing Lights
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„Yes, today we have genuine Russian weather. Yesterday we had Swedish weather. I can't understand why your weather is so terrible. Maybe it is because you are immediate neighbours of NATO.“

—  Nikita Khrushchev First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union 1894 - 1971
At a Swedish-Soviet summit which began on March 30, 1956, in Moscow. The stenographed discussion was later published by the Swedish Government.as quoted in Raoul Wallenberg (1985) by Eric Sjöquist, p. 119

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„Where can we hide in fair weather, we orphans of the storm?“

—  Evelyn Waugh, Brideshead Revisited: The Sacred and Profane Memories of Captain Charles Ryder

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„Bad weather has grounded the Luftwaffe and now we must stand by and watch countless thousands of the enemy getting away to England under our noses.“

—  Franz Halder German general 1884 - 1972
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„Barometer, n. An ingenious instrument which indicates what kind of weather we are having.“

—  Ambrose Bierce American editorialist, journalist, short story writer, fabulist, and satirist 1842 - 1913

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„Look here, father, you know we've each of us got our line. You know about sheep, and weather, and things; I know about dragons.“

—  Kenneth Grahame British novelist 1859 - 1932
Context: Look here, father, you know we've each of us got our line. You know about sheep, and weather, and things; I know about dragons. I always said, you know, that that cave up there was a dragon-cave. I always said it must have belonged to a dragon some time, and ought to belong to a dragon now, if rules count for anything. Well, now you tell me it has got a dragon, and so that's all right. I'm not half as much surprised as when you told me it hadn't got a dragon. Rules always come right if you wait quietly. The Boy to his parents AMK SENİN

„Out of nothing to have come on major weather,“

—  Wallace Stevens American poet 1879 - 1955
Context: p>But to impose is not To discover. To discover an order as of A season, to discover summer and know it, To discover winter and know it well, to find Not to impose, not to have reasoned at all, Out of nothing to have come on major weather,It is possible, possible, possible. It must Be possible. It must be that in time The real will from its crude compoundings come,Seeming at first, a beast disgorged, unlike, Warmed by a desperate milk. To find the real, To be stripped of every fiction except one,The fiction of an absolute — Angel, Be silent in your luminous cloud and hear The luminous melody of proper sound.