Three Men in a Boat is one of the most interesting books I have ever read. Strongly, I recommend that you should read it. (来源：英语论坛 http://bbs.englishcn.com)
Here is some extracts from the book, some discuss about the weather. I cannot help myself when reading it.
I remember a holiday of mine being completely ruined one late autumn by our paying attention to the weather report of the local newspaper. ‘Heavy showers, with thunderstorms, may be expected today’, it would say on Monday, and so we would give up our picnic, and stop indoors all day, waiting for the rain. And people would pass the house, going off in wagonettes and coaches as jolly and merry as could be, the sun shining out, and not a cloud to be seen.
‘Ah!’ we said, as we stood looking out at them through the window, ‘won’t they come home soaked!’
And we chuckled to think how wet they were going to get, and came back and stirred the fire, and got our books, and arranged out specimens of seaweed and cockleshells. By with the sun pouring into the room, the heat became quite oppressive, and we wondered when those heavy showers and occasional thunderstorms were going to begin.
‘Ah! They’ll come in the afternoon, you’ll find,’ we said to each other,‘ Oh, won’t those people get wet. What a Lark!’
At the landlady would come in to ask if we weren’t going out, as it seemed such a lovely day.
‘No, no,’ we replied, with a knowing chuckle, ‘not we. We don’t mean to get wet-no, no.’
And when the afternoon was nearly gone, and still there was no sign of rain, we tried to cheer ourselves up with the idea that it would come down all at once, just as people had started for home, and were out of the reach of any shelter, and that they would thus get more drenched than ever. But not a drop ever fell, and it finished a grand day, and a lovely night after it.
‘The next morning we would read that it was going to be a ‘warm, fine to set-fair day; and go out, and, half an hour after we had started, it would commence to rain hard, and a bitterly cold wind would spring up, and both would keep on steadily for the whole day, and we would come home with colds and rheumatism all over us, and go to bed.