In her comment on the 'plans and resolutions' post, Freda said she wants a few occasions this year when she devotes the whole day to reading. She did this recently picking up Eowyn Ivey's wonderful novel The Snow Child on a suitably snowy day, and she's looking for suggestions of other books to match the weather, e.g. a rainy day, a misty one, a howling gale, etc.
What do you think? Does anything spring to mind? For mist, there's always Susan Hill's ghost story The Mist In The Mirror, and if anyone wants another snowy book there's The Wolves of Willoughby Chase (our Book Group book for this month) or the excellent and gripping The Outlander by Gil Adamson (post here), but what about other sorts of weather. I don't think it's enough just to have a weather reference in the title, the whole mood of the book has to be atmospheric in the meteorological sense. Suggestions, please.
Edited to add: via Twitter, we've had Bleak House for a foggy day and Wuthering Heights for a windy one, both suggested by Lynn Shepherd, and Tom Wolfe's Back to Blood, perfect heatwave reading, offered by Gav.