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100 Best Songs With Weather Conditions in the Title

Check out some songs about storms, clouds, wind, and other types of weather.

Check out some songs about storms, clouds, wind, and other types of weather.

Songs About Storms, Rain and Other Types of Weather

Changes in climate affect the weather in different ways. In literature and music, changes in weather represent a plethora of ideas and concepts. Musicians creatively use weather to represent varied aspects of life. Different types of weather conditions are mentioned in unique ways through songs. While certain lyrics are an actual account of the weather, the majority of songs across genres use weather as a metaphor to convey a deep meaning.

The list below showcases an epic collection of rock songs, pop songs, country songs, R&B songs, folk songs, alternative songs, indie songs, hip hop songs, jazz songs, blues songs, disco songs, reggae songs, EDM songs and dance songs about weather.

Some songs celebrate sunshine, while others depict snow or storms.

Some songs celebrate sunshine, while others depict snow or storms.

Top 10 Best Songs With Weather Conditions in the Title

  1. “Rain on Me”—Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande
  2. “Crying Lightning”—Arctic Monkeys
  3. “A Year Without Rain”—Selena Gomez & The Scene
  4. “November Rain”—Guns N' Roses
  5. “Cold”—Maroon 5 featuring Future
  6. “Snow (Hey Oh)”—Red Hot Chili Peppers
  7. “Dust in the Wind”—Kansas
  8. “Storm Warning”—Hunter Hayes
  9. “Lightning”—The Wanted
  10. “Hurricane”—30 Seconds to Mars


11. “Clouds”—Zach Sobiech

12. “Blue Skies”—Jamiroquai

13. “Thunder”—Imagine Dragons

14. “Electrical Storm”—U2

15. “Hurricane”—Halsey

16. “Pocketful of Sunshine”—Natasha Bedingfield

17. “She's a Rainbow”—The Rolling Stones

18. “Thunder in the Rain”—Kane Brown

19. “Rock You Like A Hurricane”—Scorpions

20. “Lightning Crashes”—Live


21. “Cold Cold Cold”—Cage the Elephant

22. “Set Fire to the Rain”—Adele

23. “The Wind Beneath My Wings”—Bette Midler

24. “Perfect Storm”—Brad Paisley

25. “Here Comes the Sun”—The Beatles

26. “Thunder Road”—Bruce Springsteen

27. “Riders on the Storm”—The Doors

28. “Tsunami”—Manic Street Preachers

29. “Flood”—Jars of Clay

30. “10,000 Nights of Thunder”—Alphabeat

31. “Wind of Change”—Scorpions

32. “It's Raining Men”—The Weather Girls

33. “Walking On Sunshine”—Katrina & the Waves

34. “Through The Rain”—Mariah Carey

35. “You Are the Sunshine of My Life”—Stevie Wonder

36. “Jump into the Fog”—The Wombats

37. “Black Rain”—Soundgarden

38. “Ain't No Sunshine”—Bill Withers

39. “Stormy”—Classics IV

40. “Crying in the Rain”—The Everly Brothers


41. “I Talk To the Wind”—King Crimson

42. “Rain”—Madonna

43. “White as Snow”—U2

44. “Candle in the Wind”—Elton John

45. “Snowblind”—Black Sabbath

46. “Purple Rain”—Prince

47. “Heat Waves”—Glass Animals

48. “No Rain”—Blind Melon

49. “Have You Ever Seen the Rain?”—Creedence Clearwater Revival

50. “Thunderstruck”—AC/DC

51. “Shelter from the Storm”—Bob Dylan

52. “Rainy Days and Mondays”—Carpenters

53. “Hot In Herre”—Nelly

54. “Tornado”—Little Big Town

55. “Blowin' In the Wind”—Bob Dylan

56. “Sunshine of Your Love”—Cream

57. “I Love A Rainy Night”—Eddie Rabbitt

58. “Sandstorm”—Darude

59. “The Thunder Rolls”—Garth Brooks

60. “Rainy Day Women #12 And #35”—Bob Dylan


61. “Summer Sunshine”—The Corrs

62. “Mr. Blue Sky”—Electric Light Orchestra

63. “Hello Sunshine”—Bruce Springsteen

64. “Never Seen the Rain”—Tones and I

65. “Sunny Afternoon”—The Kinks

66. “Come in Out of the Rain”—Wendy Moten

67. “Steal My Sunshine”—Len

68. “Thunderclouds”—LSD

69. “Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)”—Gary Allan

70. “Rain”—The Script

71. “Please Don't Stop the Rain”—James Morrison

72. “Hurricane”—Luke Combs

73. “Against The Wind”—Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band

74. “Save It for A Rainy Day”—Stephen Bishop

75. “Did You Hear the Rain?”—George Ezra

76. “Sunshine Superman”—Donovan

77. “The Wind Cries Mary”—Jimi Hendrix

78. “Only Happy When It Rains”—Garbage

79. “Don't Let the Sun Go Down On Me”—Elton John

80. “Sunshine on My Shoulders”—John Denver


81. “Rain”—Mika

82. “Lightnin' Strikes”—Lou Christie

83. “She's Like the Wind”—Patrick Swayze

84. “Thunder”—Jessie J

85. “A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall”—Bob Dylan

86. “Mandolin Rain”—Bruce Hornsby & the Range

87. “When It Rains It Pours”—Luke Combs

88. “This Is A Low”—Blur

89. “It Will Rain”—Bruno Mars

90. “Sunshine”—Jonathan Edwards

91. “The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore)”—The Walker Brothers

92. “Rain on Your Parade”—Duffy

93. “Can You Stand the Rain”—New Edition

94. “Sunny Came Home”—Shawn Colvin

95. “Fire and Rain”—James Taylor

96. “Early Morning Rain”—Gordon Lightfoot

97. “Beers and Sunshine”—Darius Rucker

98. “Chocolate Rain”—Tay Zonday

99. “Praise You in This Storm”—Casting Crowns

100. “Let It Rain”—David Nail


What Do Different Types of Weather Conditions Signify in Songs?

Different types of weather conditions convey a wide range of emotions in songs. The feeling within is often expressed through varied aspects of sunshine, rain, wind, and heat. A number of songs about the weather being sunny, cloudy, windy, rainy, or stormy offer a diverse perspective on relationships.

In certain songs, musicians may convey dark moments of life with uncommon weather phenomena’s such as a hurricane, fog, mist, tornado, or thunder snow. While sunny weather is often used to express a state of happiness, songs about rain and storms showcase a somber mood. The expression and tone of a song is sometimes depicted in accordance with change of weather highlighting the stages of life.

Symbolism: Weather in Songs

Weather symbolizes a wide-range of sentiments associated with the heart and mind. Unique forms of storytelling are brought to life in songs about weather. Human emotions are showcased in compelling ways through different weather conditions. Winds in songs often signify a change that comes without warning. While rain and clouds represent sadness of the soul, they also reflect on past memories, hope, and nostalgia. Warm summer days, summer heat, or sunny weather is often indicative of love and passion in relationships. In certain songs, heat may represent collision of emotions.

Harsh weather such as a violent tornado, hurricane, or snowstorm is often symbolic of tragic elements in a relationship. In certain songs, mist and fog are figuratively used to represent a bitter tale of deceit and deception. In songs from different genres, cold weather characterizes different attributes associated with loneliness, self pity, selfishness, despair and death. Certain music videos depict new beginnings and ends in a theatrical manner with weather invoking the influence of change. While weather conditions may represent a wide-spectrum of emotional attributes, their core elements often symbolize or denote

  • Change
  • Happiness
  • Loneliness
  • Sadness
  • Aspiration
  • Intensity
  • Self Pity
  • Passion
  • Desires
  • Tragedy
  • New Beginnings
  • Relationships
  • Fear
  • Gloom
  • Anger
  • Hope
  • Ends
  • Love
  • Depression
  • Hate

Other Notable Songs About Weather

  • “White Lightning”—Def Leppard
  • “Doves in the Wind”—SZA
  • “Northern Downpour”—Panic! At The Disco
  • “Spring Snow”—Vampire Weekend
  • “Rain”—Breaking Benjamin
  • “(Love Is Like a) Heat Wave”—Martha & the Vandellas
  • “Brave This Storm”—Trivium
  • “The Sound of Sunshine”—Michael Franti & Spearhead
  • “Storm in a Teacup”—Red Hot Chili Peppers
  • “Colder Weather”—Zac Brown Band
  • “50 Words for Snow”—Kate Bush
  • “It Never Rains in Southern California”—Albert Hammond
  • “The Skies Will Break”—Corinne Bailey Rae
  • “Hail, Rail or Sunshine”—The Script
  • “Winds of Change”—Vance Joy
  • “Good Day Sunshine”—The Beatles
  • “Ridin' the Storm Out”—REO Speedwagon
  • “Snow Cats”—AFI
  • “Tornado”—Jonsi
  • “Raining On Sunday”—Keith Urban
  • “Clouds”—Newton Faulkner
  • “Snowblind”—Styx
  • “Look Out Sunshine!”—The Fratellis
  • “Typhoons”—Royal Blood
  • “Storm”—Lifehouse
  • “The Rain Song”—Led Zeppelin
  • “Butterflies and Hurricanes”—Muse
  • “Summer Wind”—Frank Sinatra
  • “She's My Kind of Rain”—Tim McGraw
  • “4 Degrees”—Anohni
  • “Blue Skies”—Jamiroquai
  • “She's Thunderstorms”—Arctic Monkeys
  • “Let it Snow”—Boyz 2 Men
  • “Dance in the Rain”—Megadeth
  • “If Rain Is What You Want”—Slipknot
  • “Warm Winds”—SZA
  • “After the Rain”—Nelson
  • “Hurricane Jane”—Black Kids
  • “Surfing in a Hurricane”—Jimmy Buffett
  • “Make It Rain”—Fat Joe
  • “Rain”—Creed
  • “Misty”—Johnny Mathis
  • “Hello Hurricane”—Switchfoot
  • “After The Storm”—Mumford & Sons
  • “Blue Skies”—BT
  • “Fly to the Rainbow”—Scorpions
  • “Hurricane”—The Vamps
  • “Terminal Frost”—Pink Floyd
  • “Over The Rainbow”—Judy Garland
  • “Summer Rain”—Matthew Morrison
  • “Paris in the Rain”—Lauv
  • “Hurricane”—Theory of A Deadman
  • “Rhythm of the Rain”—The Cascades
  • “Hurricane”—Lifehouse
  • “Little Fluffy Clouds”—The Orb
  • “This Tornado Loves You”—Neko Case
  • “Flowers in the Rain”—The Move
  • “Sunshine”—Matisyahu
  • “Baby, the Rain Must Fall”—BlackHawk
  • “Snowblind”—Steppenwolf
  • “Rain Is a Good Thing”—Luke Bryan
  • “American Storm”—Bob Seger
  • “Who'll Stop the Rain?”—Creedence Clearwater Revival
  • “Make It Rain”—Ed Sheeran
  • “Here Comes Sunshine”—Grateful Dead
  • “Lightning Strike”—Judas Priest
  • “Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain”—Willie Nelson
  • “I Hear the Rain”—Violent Femmes
  • “Great Big Storm”—Nate Ruess
  • “100 Degrees” —Kylie Minogue
  • “Typhoon”—Shayna Leigh
  • “Bringing Back the Sunshine”—Blake Shelton
  • “London Thunder”—Foals
  • “The Fog”—Kate Bush
  • “Rainier Fog”—Alice in Chains
  • “Blame It on the Rain”—Milli Vanilli
  • “Save It for a Rainy Day”—Kenny Chesney
  • “Idiot Wind”—Bob Dylan
  • “Dance in the Rain”—Jana Kramer
  • “God of Thunder”—Kiss
  • “Rainbow Man”—Jeff Bates
  • “Cold Light”—Yeah Yeah Yeahs
  • “Rain”—Aitch and AJ Tracey
  • “White Lightning”—George Jones
  • “The Tide Is High”—Blondie
  • “Misty Blue”—Dorothy Moore
  • “Like A Hurricane”—Neil Young
  • “Snow White Queen”—Evanescence
  • “Cold Summer”—Fuel
  • “Storm in a Tea Cup”—The Fortunes
  • “Ocean Rain”—Echo & the Bunnymen
  • “Lay Down (Candles in the Rain)”—Melanie
  • “Ride the Storm”—Roachford
  • “Here Comes the Rain Again”—Eurythmics
  • “Rain King”—Counting Crows
  • “Fog on the Tyne”—Lindisfarne
  • “Pink Snow”—The Cribs
  • “Rain”—The Beatles
  • “Living in the Eye of the Storm”—Trapt
  • “Waiting for the Thunder”—Blackberry Smoke
  • “Ghost in the Mist”—Lacuna Coil
  • “I Made It Through The Rain”—Barry Manilow
  • “The Lightning Strike”—Snow Patrol
  • “Hurricane”—MisterWives
  • “Gust of Wind”—Pharrell Williams
  • “New York Raining”—Charles Hamilton
  • “White Lightning”—The Cadillac Three
  • “Storm to Pass”—Atreyu
  • “Windy”—The Association
  • “After the Storm Blows Through”—Maddie & Tae
  • “Blue Skies”—Noah and the Whale
  • “Rhapsody in the Rain”—Lou Christie
  • “Hurricane”—MS MR
  • “Lightning Bolt”—Pearl Jam
  • “Rock 'n' Roll is Cold”—Matthew E. White
  • “Thunder”—The Prodigy
  • “Storm”—Lynyrd Skynyrd
  • “Echoes in Rain”—Enya
  • “Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head”—B.J. Thomas
  • “Hurricane Drunk”—Florence and the Machine
  • “The Wind”—Feist
  • “April Showers”—Al Jolson
  • “Rain Fall Down”—The Rolling Stones
  • “The Next Storm”—Frank Turner
  • “Here Comes the Rain”—The Mavericks
  • “Sunshine”—Tieks
  • “Fool In the Rain”—Led Zeppelin
  • “Sun in Our Eyes”—Mø and Diplo
  • “Cold Night”—You Me at Six
  • “Hurricane J”—The Hold Steady
  • “Lightning”—Little Mix
  • “Why Does It Always Rain On Me?”—Travis
  • “G-Spot Tornado”—Frank Zappa
  • “Sea Fog”—Keane
  • “Hold Back the Rain”—Duran Duran
  • “If Rain Is What You Want”—Slipknot
  • “Wild Is the Wind”—David Bowie
  • “Cold”—Stormzy
  • “Sunny Goodge Street”—Donovan
  • “Bad Rain”—Slash
  • “Walking In the Snow”—Run the Jewels
  • “Raindrops”—Basement Jaxx
  • “Snow Falls in June”—Ryan Bingham
  • “Tinseltown in the Rain”—The Blue Nile
  • “My Name Is Thunder”—Jet
  • “Quiet Storm”—Smokey Robinson
  • “Storm”—SuRie
  • “The Fog”—Biffy Clyro
  • “Chill in the Air”—Amos Lee
  • “Stormy Weather”—Lena Horne
  • “Georgia Rain”—Trisha Yearwood
  • “I Make My Own Sunshine”—Steven Tyler
  • “Pink Snow”—The Cribs
  • “Become the Storm”—Dee Snider
  • “I Wish It Would Rain”—The Temptations
  • “Before the Storm”—Jonas Brothers
  • “Last Smoke Before The Snowstorm”—Benjamin Francis Leftwich
  • “Hurricane”—Bob Dylan
  • “Thunder”—Boys Like Girls
  • “Caution to the Wind”—Becky Hill
  • “The Storm”—Blackmore's Night
  • “Bring On the Rain”—Jo Dee Messina
  • “You Make the Rain Fall”—Kevin Rudolf featuring Flo Rida
  • “Little Bit of Rain”—Martina McBride
  • “Monsoon”—Tokio Hotel
  • “Box of Rain”—Grateful Dead
  • “I Think It's Going to Rain Today”—Randy Newman
  • “Rockin' with the Rhythm of the Rain”—The Judds
  • “I Wish It Would Rain Down”—Phil Collins
  • “Driving Rain”—Slash
  • “Tornado of Souls”—Megadeth
  • “Silence in the Snow”—Trivium
  • “Laughter in the Rain”—Neil Sedaka
  • “So. Central Rain (I'm Sorry)”—R.E.M.
  • “Walking in the Rain”—The Ronettes
  • “Bel Air Rain”—Lindsey Buckingham
  • “Let It Rain”—Eric Clapton
  • “Got Some Rock & Roll Thunder”—AC/DC
  • “Catch the Rainbow”—Rainbow
  • “In The Rain”—The Dramatics
  • “Storms”—Fleetwood Mac
  • “Cyclone”—Bruce Hornsby
  • “Hard Rain”—Lykke Li
  • “Writer in the Sun”—Donovan
  • “Rain in the Summertime”—The Alarm
  • “Hurricane”—Natalie Grant
  • “Sunday Rain”—Foo Fighters
  • “Blinded By Rainbows”—The Rolling Stones
  • “One Cold Day”—Lacuna Coil
  • “Black Rain”—Ozzy Osbourne
  • “After the Rain Has Fallen”—Sting
  • “Hurricane”—Parachute
  • “Snow in Vegas”—David Gray
  • “Kentucky Rain”—Elvis Presley
  • “Bring Me Sunshine”—Morecambe & Wise
  • “Raging Storm”—Cyndi Lauper
  • “Sunshine”—The O'Jays
  • “Blue Sky”—The Allman Brothers Band
  • “Hurricane”—Grace Jones
  • “Like the Rain”—Clint Black

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