Defoe's Moll Flanders,
John Wyndham's Day of the Triffids,
every Patrick O' Brian book
in the Irish language, the word for 'weather' comes from the word for 'time'
('Aimsir' - 'weather' / 'Am' - 'time')
In some European languages, such as greek, there was no generic term for 'weather' until 'kairos' (literally "time") began to be used in Byzantine times. The Latin word 'tempestas' ("weather") also originally meant 'time'.