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Funny Friday: Weather Jokes

Funny Friday:  Weather Jokes

While many of us are now staying at home, many having used their Lowes Printable Coupons to stock up on essentials we can't help but look up at the sky and just see how the seasons change almost daily. We all need a chuckle and some laughter so here are a few weather jokes


Canadian Winter 

On a fishing trip to a remote lake in Northern Quebec, I asked the outfitter, “Do you stay here during the winter?” “No,” he said. “The snow gets too deep. We can’t get supplies in. Like many Canadians, I go south for the winter.” “Oh,” I said. “Where do you go?” “Vermont.”

Daylight saving in Seattle

Q: What does daylight saving time mean in Seattle?

A: An extra hour of rain

British weather

Q: What do you call a month's worth of rain?

A: England


Seattle Again


It only rains twice a year in Seattle: August through April and May through July.


Finding weather

Jill: How did you find the weather on your vacation?
Bill: I just went outside and there it was!

After the weekend

There’s a technical term for a sunny, warm day which follows two rainy days.
It’s called Monday.

Logical thinking

If six children and two dogs were under an umbrella, how come none of them got wet?
Because it wasn’t raining.

Basketball Joke

Rumor has it that the new Miami baseball team will be called “Humidity” so that fans in Florida will be able to say, “It’s not the Heat that’s so bad, it’s the Humidity.”

One more for Seattle

How to predict weather in Seattle: If you can see Mt Ranier, it’s going to rain. If not, it already is.

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