Favorite Winter Weather Quotes That Will Keep You Warm

We're sharing our favorite sayings, quips, and quotes about our favorite topic—winter!

Let’s talk about the weather! No one loves the topic of weather more than we do, which is why we get giddy when we stumble upon fun sayings, quips, and quotes about it, especially winter weather. Here are 11 of our favorites!

Favorite Quotes About Winter

  1. Winter is the season in which people try to keep the house as warm as it was in the summer, when they complained about the heat.
  2. One kind word can warm three winter months.
  3. Winter either bites with its teeth or lashes with its tail.
  4. Anyone who says sunshine brings happiness has never danced in the rain.
  5. Snowflakes are kisses from heaven.
  6. Snowmen fall from heaven…unassembled.
  7. When it snows, you have two choices: shovel or make snow angels.
  8. Snow and adolescence are the only problems that disappear if you ignore them long enough. ~Earl Wilson
  9. The snow is sparkling like a million little suns. ~Lama Willa Miller
  10. Whether the weather be fine, Whether the weather be not, Whether the weather be cold, Whether the weather be hot, We’ll weather the weather, Whatever the weather, Whether we like it or not ~Author Unknown
  11. There’s one good thing about snow, it makes your lawn look as nice as your neighbor’s. ~Clyde Moore

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Tammi P.

The weather you get is the weather you got… and we’re going to have weather, whether or not.


When a Blue Northener hits the Texas Panhandle: “There is nothing between the North Pole and the Panhandle but barbed wire fences.”


Michigan has two seasons: winter and the 4th of July!

Robert F.

Yellowstone Park rangers say that they have two seasons: winter’s coming and winter’s here!


Are you sure the author of #10 is unknown because it sounds like Ogden Nash poetry!!

Ray Fox

Here in Tar Hut Indiana; We’ve noticed that nothing changes the world as much, and as quietly, as snow.

Randy Reed

whats tobe will be; what mightbe couldbe; but what ant tobe wontbe;

Joan Peterson

Forty-six years ago come March 1st, I moved from Damariscotta, ME, to Los Angeles, CA. Not a day goes by that I don’t wish I were back in Maine again. But the difference in weather did give birth to the following comment:
Night and day we suffer at the hands of summer’s force,
That makes our hard lives tougher as we work to stay the course.
We can always wear more clothing when the weather turns to chill,
But we face attire with loathing when the nights are hot and still.
Perhaps we should remember as we pray for snow and rain,
That when we reach November we will wish for heat again.


Summer is 3 months of really bad winter.


Winter holds it’s cold breath in while expectantly waiting to exhale into Spring…


I can take a little snow, but Indiana usually gets more than a little. Worse than the snow
is to listen to the TV and hear NY and DC complain!

Mary Eaton

I live in the Pacific Northwest (WA state) in the sticks (13 miles out of town) known as “Snowden”. Given that name, however many years ago, for the obvious reason. The snow that fell in December still covers my pastures. At this point it would be nice to have it “freshened” with more white which would also be welcome for the extra spring moisture. Wildfire season gets here soon enough.

D Hernandez

In Oklahoma, Texas always sucks and Kansas blows (that cold air in from the north of course).


SC if you don’t like the weather…wait 5 mins

Michael Young

Those are truly NOT favorite quotes of Winter.


As said earlier, when the snow lays on, it’s waiting on another.

GT Mullins

In Washington DC area when the forecast is for snow no matter how small, there is a run on milk, bread, & toilet paper. abandoned cars on the roads are another issue. The DC area cannot handle snow.

Samantha Gray

I live on the extreme north shore of Long Island, NY where it is very hilly and rocky due to what the glacier left behind before it carved out Long Island Sound. Up here we say ” we get our breeze in the winter and suffer in the summer”. Because of the terrain, it’s cold, moist and windy all winter long, but the summer is stifling. Thank God for our beaches, rocky though they may be. Right now we’re “enjoying” our Feb. “breeze”.

Marybeth S.

In Georgia we say if the snow is on the ground for three days, it will snow again before winter is over and it’s always right.

Larry Montgomery

You have to take what Mother (Nature) gives you whether you like it or not.
Two things in life Mother Nature and Father Time you have to deal with like it or not.

Clyde in TSAR

1. God lets weather forecasters prove what fools we are.

2. Snow doesn’t give a soft white damn where it falls.


On the prairies, there are two seasons: winter and bugs


“We have two seasons, winter and August”

Paul Smith

In Chicago there are 2 seasons. Winter and road construction!


William T. Bell, your comment is almost identical to the one put forth by Samuel L. Clemens, when he said, “If you don’t like the weather in New England now, just wait a few minutes.”

William T. Bell

It’s probably said in many areas of the country, but, here in East TN; we say, “If you don’t like the weather, stick around five minutes, and it will change!”


“Don’t eat YELLOW Snow!!!”

J. Potter

I live in Northern NY. Where winter is winter,and the snow is a bonus!!!

Sherri Nicol

When we had a big snow, and then as it melted away, but still a few piles remained, my great grandmother used to say, “it’s laying around waiting for more.” And sure enough, in a few days we always seemed to get another snowfall.

Sherri Nicol

Colder than a well-digger’s butt!

R. Ferris

I live in KANSAS!! So, we say….in winter: Nebraska blows and Oklahoma sucks, then in summer: Oklahoma blows and Nebraska sucks, which controls our storms! Of course, this is in reference to the WIND!

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