# WEATHER RIDDLES

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If you are on the quest for astonishing Weather Riddles, you have just struck the motherload.

This accumulation of weather riddles has been gathered by our pleasant staff (give them a handclap) and placed here for the pleasure of all.

In this section are riddling questions related to topics like rain, umbrellas, tornados, thunderstorms, lightning, and so on.

Though these puzzles are cool for all ages to solve, the vast majority of riddles featured here are educational tools for children. Not only do the clues force readers to answer them, but they also compel readers to analyze clues and facts about weather elements they may not have otherwise known.

Ready to have fun responding to these riddles related to weather? Have fun and be sure to share!

## I Touch The Earth I Touch The Sky Riddle

Hint:
Lightening
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## Behind Where It Hangs It Hides Riddle

Hint:
A Barometer.

A barometer is a scientific instrument that is used to measure air pressure in a certain environment. Many measurements of air pressure are used within surface weather analysis to help find surface troughs, pressure systems and frontal boundaries.

A barometer measures air pressure: A "rising" barometer indicates increasing air pressure; a "falling" barometer indicates decreasing air pressure...Therefore, on any given day you would expect the air over a desert to have a lower pressure than the air over an ice cap.
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## What Splits Itself Before Splitting Riddle

Hint:
Lightning.
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## What Splits Itself Before Splitting Riddle

Hint:
Lightning. It looks like it's splitting apart in the sky, and trees are split in half when struck by lightning
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## Lap Without Any Hands Riddle

Hint:
Thunder
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## I Always Follow My Brother Riddle

Hint:
Thunder and lightning
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Hint:
Dont look at me, it's not my fault.
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## Fast Heat Riddle

Hint:
Everyone can catch a cold
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## Where Most Weather Occurs

Hint:
Troposphere
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Hint:
An umbrella
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## Blooming Like A Flower

Hint:
An umbrlla
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Hint:
"Let's twist again, like we did last summer...."
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## A Strong Gust

Hint:
Gust of wind
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## Stronger Than The Fastest Man

Hint:
A hurricane
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## Weather Men Riddle

Hint:
Because nothing can be done to change them.
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## Post Your Weather Riddles Puns Below

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1. What do you call a sunny day in a library? A novel hot day.

2. Why did the weatherman break up with his girlfriend? He wanted a change in the forecast.

3. What do you call a thunderstorm at a basketball game? A slam dunk of lightning.

4. Why do weather forecasters wear raincoats? They like to be the precipitation point.

5. What did one cloud say to the other? Let's make it rain, baby!

6. Why do foggy days make people happy? It's because they're mist-ified.

7. What's the difference between a tornado and a marriage proposal? One's a whirlwind of love, the other's a whirlwind of destruction.

8. What did the thermometer say to the other thermometer? You're pretty hot stuff.

9. Why did the snowman break up with his girlfriend? She was too flaky.

10. What's the difference between a hot day and a cold day? One's a breeze, the other's just cold.

11. Why did the sun visit the bank? He needed to make a solar deposit.

12. What do you call a snowman that's been in the sun too long? A puddle.

13. Why did the raindrop break up with the cloud? He wanted some space to precipitate.

14. What did the hurricane say to the coconut tree? Hold on tight, this is going to be a windy ride.

15. Why did the groundhog take up meteorology? He wanted to be a forecasting legend.

16. What do you call a day that starts off sunny, then turns rainy? A forecast of two halves.

17. Why did the thunder go on a diet? It had too many bolts.

18. What do you say to a weatherman who's always right? Hurricane you're talented!

19. Why did the fisherman love the rain? It always made for a great catch.

20. What happened to the weatherman who fell asleep on the job? He had a meteor-snooze.

21. Why was the lightning bolt always the life of the party? It always made a striking entrance.

22. Why did the cloud date the sun? It just loved to be showered with compliments.

23. What did the barometer say to the thermometer? You're degrees above me.

24. Why did the tornado break up with the hurricane? It wanted to be its own twister.

25. What do you call a snowstorm with a personality disorder? A flurry of emotions.

26. Why did the sun use SPF 50? It didn't want to burn any bridges.

27. What do you say to an angry cloud? Chill, it's just thunder and lightning.

28. Why did the cloud go on vacation? It was looking for a sun-sational retreat.

29. What did the snowman say when it saw a sunbeam? Oh snow way!

30. Why do cows like when it's cloudy? Because it's udderly cozy.

31. What did the thermometer say to the snowflake? You're giving me the chills.

32. Why did the hailstones refuse to apologize? They were unrepentant.

33. What do you call a stormy day in outer space? A meteor shower!

34. Why did the cloud break up with the thunderstorm? It was just too loud!

35. What did the snowman say to the refrigerator? Can I borrow your jacket?

36. What do you call a hot day when the air conditioner breaks? An air-conning moment.

37. Why did the mist fail the exam? It was too cloudy about the answers.

38. What did the hurricane say to the tornado? Let's sweep everyone off their feet.

39. What did the sun say to the earth? You rock my world!

40. Why did the thermometer go on a diet? It wanted to be slim Fahrenheit.

41. What do you call the first snowman of the year? Frosty the show-stopper.

42. Why did the weatherman refuse to do the forecast? His head was in the clouds.

43. What did the lightning bolt say to the car? You rev my engine.

44. Why did the snowman break the ice? To get to the other side of a joke.

45. What did the raindrop say to the puddle? You complete me.

46. Why did the sunburn go to the doctor? It needed a solar panel.

47. What do you call a hot summer day in Alaska? A rare sight.

48. Why did the hailstone win the race? It was hail on earth.

49. What do you call a cloudy day without a silver lining? Just a gray matter.

50. Why did the snowman get lost in the desert? He mistook the mirage for a snowstorm.