Ten song titles that could serve as brief weather forecasts

For the people of the Midwest like me, no part of the local news is as anticipated as the weather forecast, but it is generally also the most unsatisfactory segment. Although they always greet us with smiling faces, meteorologists rarely offer us mild temperatures with clear skies.

Instead of smiling weather experts, the forecast would be more pleasant if news stations chose music to represent weather conditions. There are a multitude of songs that represent different types of climates, such as “Mr. Blue Sky” of the Electric Light Orchestra for the beautiful days that are so rare in the Midwest.

Here are ten other popular songs that could be used to represent the weather forecasts.

Cloudy by Simon and Garfunkel

Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme is the album that generated this relaxed classic, leaving one with the feeling that Paul Simon wrote it while lying on his back in the middle of a large green field.

Stormy by the classics IV

Its beautiful melody contradicts the adjective that serves as a title, without a doubt the most recognizable in the pop band’s catalog.

Sunny by Bobby Hebb

In 1966, this success was omnipresent, and at that tumultuous moment probably his message of gratitude and joy was very welcome.

Cold as ice by foreigner

One of the many gems of the self-titled debut album, this monstrous success describes a girl, but it could work for a January weather forecast.

Martha and Van Dells heat wave

Passion is the cause of the temperature rise in this doo-wop song, which could also be the name of a mid-August trend in the atmosphere.

Misty by Johnny Mathis

Most likely, this pop standard will be used for a morning edition of local news.

Windy by the Association

This blow could be enough for a breezy afternoon, but it could also leave you wanting a double cheeseburger and a thick chocolate milkshake.

Rain of the Beatles

John Lennon wrote this success at the time of Revolver, just to see it in the compilation album called Hey Jude.

Snow by the Red Hot Chili Peppers

The alternate rockers achieved a success with this winter track of the Stadium Arcadium.

Bleaching conditions for new pornographers

A.C. Newman and Neko Case share the vocals in this main song from the last album of the independent band.