53 Bad Weather Quotes On Success In Life

These bad weather quotes will inspire you. Bad weather, high winds, hail, excessive precipitation, and wildfires are forms and effects of severe weather, as are thunderstorms, downbursts, tornadoes, waterspouts, tropical cyclones, and extratropical cyclones.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging bad weather quotes, bad weather sayings, and bad weather proverbs.

Best Bad Weather Quotes

  1. “Weather forecast for tonight: dark.” ~ George Carlin
  2. “There’s no such thing as good weather, or bad weather. There’s just weather and your attitude towards it.” ~ Louise Hay
  3. “Bad weather makes for good photography.” ~ Ansel Adams
  4. “We have very beautiful bad weather here at present – rain, wind, thunder – but with splendid effects; that’s why I like it.” ~ Vincent Van Gogh
  5. “Bad weather always looks worse through a window.” ~ Tom Lehrer

  6. “This infantile sense of order tended to infect my life at large. Up at 5:30 a.m., coffee, oatmeal, perhaps sausage (homemade), and fresh eggs giving one of the yolks to Lola. Listening to NPR and grieving more recently over the absence of Bob Edwards who was the sound of morning as surely as birds. Reading a paragraph or two of Emerson or Loren Eiseley to raise the level of my thinking. Going out to feed the cattle if it was during our six months of bad weather.” ~ Jim Harrison
  7. “Will someone please explain to me the logic that says we can trust someone with a Boeing 747 in bad weather, but not with a Glock 9mm?” ~ Zell Miller
  8. “Examine the life of the best and most productive men and nations, and ask yourselves whether a tree which is to grow proudly skywards can dispense with bad weather and storms. Whether misfortune and opposition, or every kind of hatred, jealousy, stubbornness, distrust, severity, greed, and violence do not belong to the favourable conditions without which a great growth even of virtue is hardly possible?” ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
  9. “Life is possible only through challenges. Life is possible only when you have both good weather and bad weather, when you have both pleasure and pain, when you have both winter and summer, day and night. When you have both sadness and happiness, discomfort and comfort. Life moves between these two polarities. Moving between these two polarities you learn how to balance. Between these two wings you learn how to fly to the farthest star.” ~ Rajneesh
  10. “There is no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather.” ~ John Ruskin

  11. “There is no bad weather, only inappropriate clothing.” ~ Ranulph Fiennes
  12. “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
  13. “We may have bad weather in Ireland, but the sun shines in the hearts of the people and that keeps us all warm.” ~ Marianne Williamson
  14. “Something about me has always liked the drama and inconvience of bad weather. The worse the better, really.” ~ John Green
  15. “Too often man handles life as he does the bad weather. He whiles away the time as he waits for it to stop.” ~ Alfred Polgar

  16. “There’s no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing” ~ Ranulph Fiennes
  17. “Life is a game of piquet played in a bramble bush in very bad weather.” ~ Katherine Anne Porter
  18. “For the man sound of body and serene of mind there is no such thing as bad weather; every day has its beauty, and storms which whip the blood do but make it pulse more vigorously.” ~ George Gissing
  19. “There is no bad weather, just soft runners.” ~ Bill Bowerman
  20. “It is only in sorrow bad weather masters us; in joy we face the storm and defy it.” ~ Amelia Barr

  21. “There’s no such thing as bad weather – only the wrong clothes.” ~ Billy Connolly
  22. “I hate all those weathermen, too, who tell you that rain is bad weather. There’s no such thing as bad weather, just the wrong clothing.” ~ Billy Connolly
  23. “everyone knows, at some level, that the sharp line between “good weather” and “bad weather” is a fiction, that we need rain as surely as we need sun.” ~ Bill McKibben
  24. “You can never be an entrepreneur if you’re afraid to lose money. It’s like being a pilot who is afraid of bad weather.” ~ Peter de Savary
  25. “There’s no such thing as bad weather, just soft people.” ~ Bill Bowerman

  26. “I love rainy and bad-weather days because this type of weather gives me a mental advantage, especially when I’m fishing in a tournament. When the weather is inclement, most fishermen start thinking of reasons why they can’t catch bass. But, because I fish so often in bad weather, I’m thinking of all the reasons I can catch bass in bad weather conditions.” ~ Gary A. Klein
  27. “In Ireland there’s no such thing as bad weather ~~~ only the wrong clothes. (In the Company of Others)” ~ Jan Karon
  28. “‘Tis a good rule in every journey to provide some piece of liberal study to rescue the hours which bad weather, bad company, and taverns steal from the best economist.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
  29. “I sometimes still go out hunting for bad weather, flying low in simple airplanes to explore the inner reaches of the clouds. Less experienced pilots occasionally join me, not to learn formal lessons about weather flying, but with a more advanced purpose in mind – to accompany me in the slow accumulation of experience through circumstances that never repeat in a place that defies mastery.” ~ William Langewiesche
  30. “Mel: What was your name again? Rain: Rain. Mel: Oh that’s nice. Kind of like bad weather.” ~ Kristen Schaal’

  31. “In bad weather, I spent hours drawing action figures on paper, coloring them, backing them on cardboard, then cutting them out and creating whole stories around their lives.” ~ Terry Brooks
  32. “Nature never hurries: atom by atom, little by little, she achieves her work. The lesson one learns from yachting or planting is the manners of Nature; patience with the delays of wind and sun, delays of the seasons, bad weather, excess or lack of water.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
  33. “As we struggle with shopping lists and invitations, compounded by December’s bad weather, it is good to be reminded that there are people in our lives who are worth this aggravation, and people to whom we are worth the same.” ~ Donald E. Westlake
  34. “”I am not afeard, my Heart’s-delight,” resumed the Captain. “There’s been most uncommon bad weather in them latitudes, there’s no denyin’, and they have drove and drove and been beat off, may be t’other side the world. But the ship’s a good ship, and the lad’s a good lad; and it ain’t easy, thank the Lord,” the Captain made a little bow, “to break up hearts of oak, whether they’re in brigs or buzzums.”” ~ Charles Dickens
  35. “The weather is like the government, always in the wrong.” ~ Jerome K. Jerome

  36. “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
  37. “Next-door a baker’s apprentice with his wife, an employee in a printing-shop, she has inflammation of the ovaries. Wonder what those two get out of life? Well, first of all, they get each other, then last Sunday a vaudeville and a film, then this or that club meeting and a visit to his parents. Nothing else? Well now, don’t drop dead, sir. Add to that nice weather, bad weather, country picnics, standing in front of the stove, eating breakfast and so on. And what more do you get, you, captain, general, jockey, whoever you are? Don’t fool yourself.” ~ Alfred Doblin
  38. “I came face-to-face with a gorilla which was quite good, but it was a 10-hour trek in bad weather, up hills, covered in mud, with mosquitoes everywhere and when we got there the gorilla’s just sat there doing nowt.” ~ Karl Pilkington
  39. “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.” ~ John Lubbock
  40. “I like these cold, gray winter days. Days like these let you savor a bad mood.” ~ Bill Watterson

  41. “Two thirds of federal disaster aid is weather related,and though we cannot prevent bad weather, we are getting better at predicting it. The Commerce Department’s NDRI will help save lives and protect property. We will be working closely with FEMA, the Interior Department and other federal agencies, with state and local governments and with our nation’s businesses.” ~ William M. Daley
  42. “I rode horseback three miles each way to get to high school, and in bad weather it was a problem sometimes to make my eight o’clock class on time. Like others, I often missed school to help on the farm, especially in the fall, until after harvest, and in the spring, during planting season.” ~ Ezra Taft Benson
  43. “[Buckminster] Fuller’s idea of progress is a very 1950s organization man out of the military sort of idea of progress. So as a result, you have something like: we’ve got bad weather in New York City; let’s put a dome over it. And so I don’t want to put a dome over Manhattan and I hope that nobody who ends up reading the book wants to do so as a result.” ~ Jonathon Keats
  44. “At least, not in this country,’ she added after a moment’s thought. ‘In China it’s a little different. Once I saw a Chinaman in Shanghai. His ears were so big he could use them for a raincoat. When it rained, he just crept in under his ears and was warm and snug as could be. Not that the ears had such a rattling good time of it, you understand. If it was specially bad weather, he’d invite friends and acquaintances to pitch camp under his ears too. There they sat, singing their sorrowful songs while it poured down outside.” ~ Astrid Lindgren
  45. “Don’t knock the weather; nine-tenths of the people couldn’t start a conversation if it didn’t change once in a while.” ~ Kin Hubbard

  46. “States that rise quickly, just as all the other things of nature that are born and grow rapidly, cannot have roots and ramifications; the first bad weather kills them” ~ Niccolo Machiavelli
  47. “I’ve learned that a storm isn’t always just bad weather, and a fire can be the start of something. I’ve found out that there are a lot more shades of gray in this world than I ever knew about. I’ve learned that sometimes, when you´re afraid but you keep on moving forward, that’s the biggest kind of courage there is. And finally, I’ve learned that life isn’t really about failure and success. It’s about being present, in the moment when big things happen, when everything changes, including myself.” ~ Cynthia Hand
  48. “To regard states of distress in general as an objection, as something which must be abolished is the greatest nonsense on earth; having the most disastrous consequences, fatally stupid- almost as stupid as a wish to abolish bad weather – out of pity for the poor.” ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
  49. “Christmas reminds us we are not alone. We are not unrelated atoms, jouncing and ricocheting amid aliens, but are a part of something, which holds and sustains us. As we struggle with shopping lists and invitations, compounded by December’s bad weather, it is good to be reminded that there are people in our lives who are worth this aggravation, and people to whom we are worth the same. Christmas shows us the ties that bind us together, threads of love and caring, woven in the simplest and strongest way within the family.” ~ Donald E. Westlake
  50. “Apartheid does not happen spontaneously, like bad weather conditions.” ~ Jonathan Kozol

  51. “A lot of what is done by the climate lobby is anti-science. But there is some science behind it. Like, there are greenhouse gases, and they do contribute to warming. But if you look at the last, say, 160 years, the first 80 of that period, they went up about four-tenths of a degree. And now, the second 80 that CO2 has increased by, what, 30 percent or something, it’s gone up five-tenths of a degree. And there’s been in the last 30 or 40 years, there’s been no real increase in storms or bad weather.” ~ Charles Koch
  52. “If and when I do get “down,” the last thing on my mind is writing a song. Usually, being bummed just involves lying around on the couch and taking the bad weather personally. I only write songs when I feel good – or at least something approaching “good.”” ~ Wooden Wand
  53. “I inherited that calm from my father, who was a farmer. You sow, you wait for good or bad weather, you harvest, but working is something you always need to do.” ~ Miguel Indurain

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