Divine control of weather
Concepts of gods controlling or directing weather patterns and forces
Key passages
Ge 9:13–14

My bow I have set in the clouds, and it shall be for a sign of the covenant between me and between the earth. And when I make clouds appear over the earth the bow shall be seen in the clouds.

Sir 43:13–22

He stopped the snow by his ordinance, and speeds the lightnings of his judgment. Therefore storehouses were opened, and clouds flew out like birds. He strengthened clouds by his splendor, and hail stones are broken into pieces. And the mountains will be shaken by his appearance; the …

Let Jer 6:52–53

So to whom is it known that they are not gods? For they cannot establish the king of a country or give rain to the people.

Let Jer 6:62–63

And when a command is given by God to clouds to travel upon the entire world, they do what is required. And fire that is sent from above to destroy mountains and forests does what was ordered. But these things are not comparable in their form or ability.