Weather is the thing that makes [blighty] so unbearable. In [blighty] weather is terrible all the time, so much so that many people choose to move abroad or simply jump into the ocean and try to swim to another country. The general weather pattern acorss the United Kingdom is rain, rain, rain. Then a cold front. Then rain, rain, rain. Then freezing winds and snow. Then rain, rain, rain. The Roman Emperor Caeser once abandoned his quest to rule Britain because of the weather, and during the second world war the Luftwaffe were defeated in the Battle of Britain because the steel that made their aeroplanes rusted within minutes of coming into contact with British weather.
Tim: "How's the weather?"
Jerry: "You know, sunny!"
what old people always talk/moan about.
"bloomin' rain, it's so miserable out there"
"it's baking today, can't stand it when it's this hot"
Anything other than a typical forcast.
An atmospheric environmental occurance that you actually notice.
The night before, near Abu Gharib (Iraq), it went from the usual dead calm to a pretty stout 20 knot blow from the West. That night it rained pretty heavy, and the whole next day was pretty windy. Other than that there's been essentially no weather.
-e-mail log from Prometheus Towers/Berg
Any weather up there?