I am calling upon your skills and knowledge as nerds to help me out with a bit of a summer reading Delima. I am in the process of reading Thomas C. Foster's "How to Read Literature Like a Professor" and doing an assigenment for it. Here is where you come in, I am stuck on the chapter called "It's More Than Just Rain or Snow..." and I am at my wits end trying to think of an example of how weather and the likes are used in literature. I am sure I could probabally think of one but I don't have my bookshelf in front of me seeing as I am on vacation. So, if you have ideas other than Edward Bulwer-Lytton's dark and stormy night, D.H. Lawrence's "Th Virgin and the Flood", James Joyce's "The Dead", or T.S. Eliot's "The Wasteland" I would be very appreciative.