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->''"All the power of the storm, from all the world, flows through my veins, and can be summoned by mine hammer at any time, wherever it is. A lightning storm in Japan? Mine. A hurricane off the coast of Barbados? Mine again. A brace of tornadoes in Kansas? Aye... mine. All that might, all that destructive force, mine to command. Channeled and guided through the mystic might of this hammer, guided right at thee!"''
-->-- '''[[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]]''' [[note]]Source: CAPTAIN MARVEL vol. 4, #17[[/note]]

The ability to manipulate the weather. It is a {{stock superpower|s}}.

This is a {{Combo Platter| Powers}} of ElementalPowers: BlowYouAway, MakingASplash, AnIcePerson, ShockAndAwe and thermal manipulation. Weather manipulation is very versatile. For example, using the wind, some weather manipulators can [[FallingWithStyle fly]]. And, as everyone knows, LightningCanDoAnything.

Sometimes these powers are used for PaintingTheFrostOnWindows. The difference between ElementalPowers and weather manipulation is that storm manipulation is limited to the [[ElementalPowers elements]] that make up the weather. Compare with WeatherControlMachine, where you need a dash of {{phlebotinum}} to achieve the same ends. Compare ArtificialOutdoorsDisplay for when even the weather itself isn't real.



[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* ''Anime/DarkerThanBlack'': April can make it rain in a small area, though she shows more general [[MakingASplash control of water]] in the second season.
* ''Manga/OnePiece'': Nami's Clima Tact gives her the ability to manipulate the weather.
** Big Mom, one of the Four Emperors, uses her SoulPower to infuse a storm cloud and a miniature sun with a bit of her own soul, and through them can control the weather.
* ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura'': The Storm card that has the ability to create tornadoes and summons huge rainstorms.
* Fate Testarossa, as well as her mother Presea, demonstrated the ability to conjure thunderstorms in ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha''. However, Fate rarely uses this, preferring more local applications of her lightning-based abilities. The last time this showed up was during one of the [[ComicBookAdaptation manga chapters]] leading to ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers'', where she manipulates the weather to summon natural lightning that gets around the [[AntiMagic Anti-Magilink Field]] of a group of [[MechaMooks Gadget Drones]].
* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'':
** Darui uses Storm Release by combining [[MakingASplash water release]] and [[ShockAndAwe lightning release]].
** [[spoiler: The Juubi can actually create an entire storm system, filled with lighning, rain, and dozens of tornados, in a split second after merely Powering up.]]
* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'':
** Groudon, Kyogre and Rayquaza. Groudon's storm manipulation is limited to creating Sunlight. Kyogre has the ability to create rain and lightning. Rayquaza has the power to negate the powers of the two others.
** Mewtwo also initiates a big storm in the movie.
* Toshiro and [[spoiler: Chojiro]]'s Zanpakuto have this power in ''Manga/{{Bleach}}''. Toshiro's crosses with AnIcePerson because his ability to create a snow storm is based on his general ice power.
* [[spoiler: Wes Bluemarine/Domenico Pucci]] AKA Weather Report [[spoiler: and later Emporio Alniño using Weather's disc]] from ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' can use his weather-manipulating Weather Report to create small clouds, rain, lightning, increase the power of his fist by adding atmospheric layers to them, make air suits to prevent suffocation, summon tornados, feel the air around him, [[ItMakesSenseInContext rain frogs, rearrange the ozone layer so that light refracts in an angle that enable to place subliminal messages on sunlight and make oxygen toxic.]]
** To elaborate: Weather Report (the [[FightingSpirit stand]]) manipulates the weather, but "the weather" includes freak storms that rain frogs and tiny nimbus clouds flying at head-height. When [[spoiler:evolved into [[EleventhHourSuperpower Heavy]] [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Weather]]]], it turns out to be more accurately described as manipulating ''the atmosphere'', which includes the ability to bring the oxygen concentration to 100%--which is deadly because oxygen [[RealityIsUnrealistic actually is]] [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxygen_toxicity toxic in high concentrations.]]
* In ''Anime/OnegaiMyMelody'', a weather girl constantly got her forecasts wrong, pissing off the townspeople (example: saying it would be a nice sunny day when it would actually rain). When she wished her forecasts would be right for a change, Kuromi granted her wish by giving her the ability to control the weather, meaning the weather really would conform to whatever she said it would be. The power goes to her head and she starts using it to terrorize others, so the heroes defeat her and change her back to normal.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* ''[[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]]'': As the quote indicates, he is the [[PhysicalGod God of Storms]]. This is one of his main abilities, and he is the (former) TropeNamer.
* ''Comicbook/XMen'': ComicBook/{{Storm}}'s mutant abilities allow her to create storms and manipulate [[BlowYouAway wind]], [[MakingASplash rain]] and [[ShockAndAwe lightning]]. Using the [[BlowYouAway wind]] she can [[FallingWithStyle fly]].
* ''ComicBook/TheIncredibleHercules'': Zeus, much like the character from Myth/ClassicalMythology.
* The Weather Wizard - member of the [[ComicBook/TheFlash Flash's]] Rogues - has this as his hat. Either through a weather controlling science wand or because of some internal ability, various depictions of Weather Wizard can summon and control rain, clouds, wind, and blizzards (making him a nice complement to fellow Rogue Captain Cold) among others. Depending on incarnation, altering weather in a particular fashion can affect his mood, which usually leaves him stressed and volatile.
* Crystal of ComicBook/TheInhumans can control the [[ElementalPowers classic Greek elements]], but usually uses this power to create weather effects such as storms and earthquakes. (This is likely the result of writer confusion about her vaguely-defined control of "the elements".) Once when she and Thor were on ComicBook/TheAvengers together, they tried combining their weather powers... indoors. HilarityEnsued. [[note]]AVENGERS #343.[[/note]]
* Sarah Rainmaker of ''ComicBook/{{Gen13}}''.
* One of Joshua Brand's abilities in ''ComicBook/ShamansTears''. He most commonly uses it to create rain.
* WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls deal with odd weather through Townsville (they even have to [[EnemyMine save some of their foes]] in the process) which is traced to a figure called the "Weather Girl." It turns out to be Princess Morbucks, trying yet again to one-up the girls at being a hero (DC issue #58, "Weather Vain").

[[folder:Comic Strips]]
* In a StoryArc in ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'', Linus discovers he has the power to end rainstorms by singing "Rain rain go away/Come again some other day." He's really freaked out by it.

[[folder:Fairy Tales]]
* ''Literature/TheSnowQueen'': Although, as her name suggests, she's limited to manipulating Snow and Ice.
* MotherNature is responsible for everything that happens in nature; naturally this includes the weather.

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* Amanda from Fanfic/FlyOrFall is the Fairy of Weather.
* The Vestrians from the ''Literature/WarriorCats'' fanfic ''Fanfic/GoldenDawnLostSunrise'' can control the weather through their power over the sky. Karis, their queen, notes that she could bring the strongest storms or the most torrential rain down on the world if she wished.
* [[PhysicalGod Susano]] in ''FanFic/JewelOfDarkness'' and ''FanFic/AShadowOfTheTitans'' has this as his primary set of powers.
* ''FanFic/ShadowsAwakening'': Tempest, one of Daolon Wong's new dark chi warriors, has the ability to summon storm clouds to attack people with.
* Rarity in ''FanFic/DividedRainbow'', when the main cast's cutie marks and talents are switched around and she gets Rainbow Dash's.
* ''FanFic/ThePalaververse'': In the same vein as the ponies, most of the Palaververse’s sapient species are divided into a number of subspecies with particular magical gifts, with the ability to craft clouds and control the weather manifesting in pegasi, markhors (who seem to specialize in storms) and magpies.

[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* Elsa from ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', much like the Snow Queen that she was based on, has the ability to create all kinds of snow and ice-related weather. The conflict of the movie is caused when [[PowerIncontinence she does this by accident]] [[EndlessWinter with no way to shut it off]] [[spoiler:until the end of the movie, where she learns how to reverse her powers to make it Summer again]].
* Chanticleer the rooster from Creator/DonBluth's ''WesternAnimation/RockADoodle'' can raise the sun by crowing; in effect, Chanticleer commands the dawn. Once, when the sun arose unbidden, Chanticleer lost faith in himself, and abandoned the farm and his friends. Keeping Chanticleer from crowing is critical to the Grand Duke's EvilPlan of keeping the farmlands under perpetual night and the owls in ascendancy.
--> The Duke: "Never let him crow."

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* In ''Film/DraculaUntold'', upon fully embracing his identity as a vampire, Vlad is capable of making clouds to blot out the sun, as well generating as thunderstorms. Thunderstorms with a cloud formation that looks like a roaring dragon.

* ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'':
** Zeus and his children, again, like classical mythology except the children have the same powers.
** In addition, Poseidon and his children have this ability, but they're limited to Sea-Storms.
* Tris, the weather-witch from the ''Literature/CircleOfMagic'' novels. Her curly hair sparks lightning and breezes happily follow her around. Her book is even called "The Power in the Storm" in the British edition. In Tamora Pierce's interpretation, weather isn't ''just'' in the sky - it includes [[ComboPlatterPowers tides, tectonic plates, and magma]]. Because Tris' emotions can call on her powers, her teacher makes self-control a ''huge'' part of her curriculum.
* Cyclone and Mistral from ''Literature/WildCards'' are wind-controllers.
* Played for laughs in ''Literature/SoLongAndThanksForAllTheFish'', wherein one very minor character (a trucker named Rob [=McKenna=]) is, unbeknownst to himself, a rain god, with the power that it always rains wherever he is. [[BlessedWithSuck Always]].
** As an indirect result of a brief conversation with Arthur (who encourages him to sell his story to the media), he ends up finding ways to make the best of it; popular tourist destinations are offering him large sums of money to be somewhere else, for a start.
* ''Literature/SeptimusHeap'': [=DomDaniel=] uses a storm to try and sink the boat of the protagonists in ''Magyk''.
* In Creator/RuthFrancesLong's ''Literature/TheTreacheryOfBeautifulThings'', the storm that blows up when she is in the cottage is attributed to the piper.
* This is one of the responsibilities of the noble houses of Caederan in ''Literature/TheQuestOfTheUnaligned''. The fact that random earthquakes, floods, and hurricanes are ravaging the countryside is one of the first signs that Their Majesties King Kethel and Queen Tathilya are seriously neglecting their duties.
* In ''Literature/GauntsGhosts: Ghostmaker'', the Imperial landing on Caligula is interrupted by a storm-summoning daemon. The storm removes all air support and causes several troopships to crashland, but Corbec takes it out and ends the storm by [[OrbitalBombardment calling in an orbital strike]] from a frigate [[ChekhovsGunman whose first officer he'd befriended on the way to the target]].
* One of the Blessings Fae can possess in ''Literature/StrangerAndStranger''.
* In ''[[Literature/DanShambleZombiePI Slimy Underbelly]]'', rival sorcerers with this trope's abilities compete for the chairmanship of the Weather Wizards' Fraternal Order. Their ham-handed attempts to win votes by showing off their powers means the Unnatural Quarter's weather patterns shift drastically from hour to hour and street to street, and attract far more hostility than support.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* ''Series/TheXFiles'':
** "D.P.O": Darren Peter Oswald can manipulate lightening.
--->'''Sheriff Teller:''' Let me get this straight, now. You're telling me this kid's throwing lightning bolts.\\
'''Scully:''' In effect.
** "Rain King": Holman Hardt. Controls the weather instinctively: when he's sad, it rains; when he's enthralled with joy, [[ThatCloudLooksLike smiling faces appear in the clouds]]. And when he's on the verge of a mental breakdown, all hell breaks loose.
%%* Lilith in ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''.
* Used as a motif in ''Series/NinpuuSentaiHurricaneger'' and ''Series/PowerRangersNinjaStorm'', though the Rangers' actual ElementalPowers don't fully reflect it. (One faction, the Thunder Rangers, does control lightning, but the Wind Rangers' powers align with LandSeaSky instead.)
* In ''{{Series/Supernatural}}'', [[CelestialParagonsAndArchangels Archangels]] [[ArchangelMichael Michael]], [[ArchangelRaphael Raphael]], and [[{{Satan}} Lucifer]] have been shown manipulating weather on a large scale. So has [[TheGrimReaper Death]].
* The power of the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Weather Dopant]] in ''Series/KamenRiderDouble''
* This is the power of Alice Shaw on ''{{Series/Heroes}}''.
* In ''Series/{{Haven}}'', this is Marion Caldwell's Trouble. The more stressed and angry she is, the worse the weather gets. She has some degree of control over it, like making the weather target people she doesn't like, but has to calm down to get it to stop.
* Based on the Weather Wizard (above), Clyde Mardon's power in ''Series/TheFlash2014'' is to generate and control storms, which he got when his and his brother's plane was hit by the shockwave from the S.T.A.R. Labs MagicalParticleAccelerator explosion (the same one that caused Barry's lightning strike). Being a bank robber, Mardon initially uses the power to continue the trade, but later begins to feel that [[AGodAmI he's a god]]. He starts by generating wind and fog, but later moves on to creating and controlling twisters with himself in the eye. Barry is able to stop him by generating a counter-wind by running in the opposite direction of the twister (Barry has already proven to be able to to go supersonic at that point). Clyde is initially able to knock Barry away with a wind blast, but Barry speeds up and eventually collapses the twister back on Mardon.
** His older brother Mark, the ''actual'' Weather Wizard, is shown to be even more powerful than his now-deceased little brother with greater precision to the point of creating a large piece of hail to use as a weapon. The next episode featuring him as a villain showed him breaking into Iron Heights, which at that point had a 'Metahuman Wing', and mentioned being able to create acid rain though apparently it can be 'tricky.'
* Some ''Franchise/UltraSeries'' kaiju
** Seamons and Seagorath from ''Series/ReturnOfUltraman'' are a mated pair of {{Sea Monster}}s that can create huge typhoons and thunderstorms when enraged. Later on, Ultraman Jack faces against a another sea monster named Varricane, which has many of the same abilities..
** The Gilas Brothers from ''Series/UltramanLeo'' were able to create massive rainstorms and hurricanes to flood entire cities and drown islands.
** Tenkai from ''Series/UltramanGaia'', one of three machine-like beings called the Nature Control Machines. Of the three, Tenkai is the only one that controls weather, as its purpose is to remodel the atmosphere, creating titanic hurricanes and powerful windstorms in the process.
** Maga-Basser from ''Sries/UltramanOrb'' is able to conjure huge clusters of tornadoes by manipulating atmospheric pressure in selected regions.

[[folder:Mythology & Religion]]
* Most religions have at least one Weather God, and the Weather God is frequently the most powerful or one of the most powerful gods in their Pantheon. [[Myth/EgyptianMythology Set]], in particular is the UrExample.
* While sailing through a storm in Literature/TheFourGospels, the disciples of UsefulNotes/{{Jesus}} began to fear the ship might sink, only for Jesus to come out and calm the storm with only his words.
* In Japanese folklore, the ''amefuri kozou'' ("rainfall youngster") brings rain wherever he goes, and will do so at the request of kitsune who don't want their weddings disturbed by humans.
* Myth/SlavicMythology held that certain people are born with the power to control weather. Sometimes it was as mundane as conducting a ritual on the field, sometimes involved the spirit leaving the body to combat evil weather spirits and dragons in the sky.

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* ''TabletopGame/VillainsAndVigilantes'', The Weather Control power allows a character to summon a variety of weather types, each of which gives appropriate attack forms (e.g. a blizzard gives Ice Powers, obscures vision and causes high winds).
* In ''TabletopGame/WarcraftTheRoleplayingGame'' one of the three elements of the Orcish shamans is "Storm".
* In the ''TabletopGame/{{Champions}}'' supplement "The Coriolis Effect" the heroine Coriolis was given a variety of powers that effectively allowed her to control the weather over a wide area.
* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'': The "Control Weather" spell allowed general changes in the weather, such as the degree of cloudiness/precipitation, how hot or cool it was and the wind strength. The "Weather Summoning" spell allowed the caster to call up a specific type of weather such as a blizzard, tornado, thunderstorm or hurricane.
* In ''TabletopGame/MageTheAscension'' and ''TabletopGame/MageTheAwakening'', weather manipulation is part of Forces magic. At increasing levels of skill a mage can call down lightning from an existing storm, create or dismiss storm systems, and at Mastery create hurricanes or tornadoes.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'':
** Skirting the edge of ClarkesThirdLaw, Imhotek the Stormlord has, as his name indicates, a power to summon storm and lighting bolts on his enemies' heads. As a general, his race, the Necrons, uses [[WeatherControlMachine Weather-Control Machines]] for the same effect.
** Njall Stormcaller is a Literature/SpaceWolf who causes storms just by being on the field, in addition to Rune Priests' usual ShockAndAwe powers.
* ''TabletopGame/WarhammerFantasy'':
** Kholek Suneater, the Herald of the Tempest is a Dragon-Ogre Shaggoth so named because whenever he goes to battle, stormclouds follow (whatever his DealWithTheDevil to get immortality was, it was so horrible the sun refuses to see him). And if he's hit by lightning, it heals him.
** The Lord of the Heavens covers manipulating weather and sending meteors on the enemy.

[[folder:Theme Parks]]
* The backstory of ''Ride/BigThunderMountainRailroad'' at the Ride/DisneyThemeParks makes mention of a spirit from within the mountain that destroys the nearby towns by triggering a natural disaster (a flood or earthquake, depending on which version of the ride).

* ''Toys/{{BIONICLE}}'': Elemental Powers such as [[AnIcePerson Ice]], [[BlowYouAway Air]] and [[MakingASplash Water]] can be used to manipulate the weather in regards to the power. It should be noted that Lewa and Gali combine their powers at one point (Air and Water respectively) in order to create a huge hurricane-like storm in the middle of an island. It's useful for taking out a horde of foes.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* Mallow from ''Videogame/SuperMarioRPG'' has the power to summon rain, either in a localized cloud or a massive downpour, and can also summon snow and lightning. These powers serve as the basis for his magical attacks.
* ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'': Tenshi Hinanawi has a sword that gives her this ability.
* Although his actual control is limited, in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'' and its sequel ''Videogame/MajorasMask'', Link can make it rain anywhere (even, sometimes, ''inside''), by playing the [[MagicMusic Song of Storms]].
* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'':
** Sunny Day, Rain Dance, Sandstorm and Hail change the weather temporarily to intense sunlight, rain, sandstorm and hailstorm. Drought, Drizzle, Sand Stream and Snow Warning are Abilities that do the same when Pokémon appears on the field; initally exclusive to Groudon, Kyogre, Tyranitar and Snover line, respectively, these Abilities are now more widespread.
** Rayquaza's Air Lock causes current weather condition to have no effect on the battlers (it doesn't actually remove it, however). Certain Pokémon have similar Ability Cloud Nine that works the same way.
** On top of Abilities mentioned above Groudon, Kyogre, and Rayquaza are the embodiments of land, sea, and sky, respectively. The first two have access to Primal Reversion, while Rayquaza has Mega Evolution. Both are essentially [[SuperMode super modes]] that summon stronger variants of their weather (with Rayquaza summoning strong winds).
** Castform can use all weather-summoning moves, transforms in the presence of weather, and had a SignatureMove that altered with the weather.
* In ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' Shaman can call on the elemental spirits of the Air and Water to manipulate the weather for abilities such as Thunderstorm and Healing Rain, and Druids can beckon the natural world to create a Hurricane, Cyclone or Typhoon.
* A ConversedTrope in ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing New Leaf''. Villagers with the Uchi (Big Sis) personality will sometimes mention a book called [[[MadLibsDialogue Villager's species]]] Storm Caller, and wonder if they can call storms too, before deciding that the town doesn't need more storms.
* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls''
** In the series' backstory, the extremely technologically advanced but now extinct [[OurDwarvesAreDifferent Dwemer]] were known to make {{Weather Control Machine}}s, one of which you actually get to use in ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morowind]]'''s ''Tribunal'' expansion.
** Also in the backstory, the [[MagicalSociety Psijic]] [[SufficientlyAnalyzedMagic Order]] has demonstrated their ability to use this power, summoning a storm that swallowed the Maomer (Sea Elves) fleet whole when they tried to invade Tamriel.
** The Tsaesci "[[SnakePeople snake vampires]]" of [[{{Wutai}} Akavir]] are believed to have power like this. Uriel V's invasion of Akavir was absolutely plagued by seemingly supernatural bad weather. The Akaviri winter was far longer and more intense than his intelligence reports indicated it would be. Further, it was plagued by a sudden and mysterious drought. Finally, severe storms along the oceanic supply lines sank many of his ships traveling between Akavir and Tamriel. Magical manipulation by the Tsaesci is speculated to be the cause in all cases.
** ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'' has two [[MakeMeWannaShout Shouts]] that can manipulate the weather: Storm Call, which [[ShockAndAwe calls down lightning bolts]]- on friend and foe alike, and Clear Skies, which clears any weather effects in the area.
* ''VideoGame/TombRaider2013'' The main antagonist Himeko 'The Sun Queen' of Yamatai, a nation of ancient Japan rules an island in the dragons triangle, an area similar to the bermuda triangle. Winning the game requires you to end Himeko's life.
* The Sorceress in ''VideoGame/DragonsCrown'' manipulates the weather for her most damaging[[note]]as of v1.06[[/note]] crowd-control spells. Blizzard has her summoning up a blizzard to freeze and damage all enemies on screen, while Thunderhead has her conjuring a storm cloud that peppers the battlefield with lightning.
* ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' has the [[AllYourPowersCombined spell combination]] Storm of the Century, produced by casting Blizzard and Tempest in the same area. This causes a localized electrical storm.
* ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes'' had the Storm Summoning support powerset (for Defenders, Corruptors, Controllers, and Masterminds), which had a variety of wind, ice, and lightning-related powers more focused on disabling enemies than direct damage.
* This is Wonder Tweek's power in ''VideoGame/SouthParkTheFracturedButWhole'', manifesting in-game as [[ShockAndAwe Supreme Lightning]], a barrage of lightning bolts that also shocks several foes, [[AnIcePerson Icicle Strike]], a blown ice kiss that also freezes the target for one turn, [[MakingASplash Soothing Showers]], a localized rain shower that heals an ally, and his first LimitBreak, Single-Origin Overdose, which is basically a more flashy Supreme Lightning with more damage and range and no shock effect.

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* ''Webcomic/TheCyantianChronicles'': Certain events in certain chapters point toward Vin being able to control the weather, or at least make it rain. A lot.
* In ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', Durkon uses the Control Weather spell at one point (as described in the Tabletop Games section). However, he uses it for [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0352.html a much more awesome effect]] than it is originally intended, which is {{lampshade|Hanging}}d in the [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0353.html very next strip]].
* Isaac from ''Webcomic/{{Paranatural}}''. No better demonstrated than in [[http://www.paranatural.net/comic/chapter-3-page-32 this page]] (and no better explained than in the very next page). It quickly puts Max's newfound [[MagnetismManipulation magnetic bat]] to complete shame.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation''
** [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-628 SCP-628 ("Flute Copse")]]. The trees that make up SCP-628 have the ability to increase local wind speed from 9 km/hr to 77 km/hr in less than 80 seconds as well as altering cloud cover.
** [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-716 SCP-716 ("The Train")]]. SCP-716 gives off an unknown form of radiation that can (among other effects) alter the nature and severity of local weather patterns.
* ''WebOriginal/AcademyOfSuperheroes'': Sultry of the CSV is a weather controller of tremendous power. She can fly with wind, create tornadoes and snowstorms and is immune to her own powers (and any similar effects generated otherwise i.e. she is immune to electricity whether it's a lightning bolt or a taser, is immune to extremes of heat and cold no matter the source and so on)

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'': Stormy. It's even in her name! Also Icy to an extent. She can [[AnIcePerson manipulate Ice and snow]].
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'':
** Pegasi all have this ability, to the point that controlling the weather is a common job for them (as is the case for Rainbow Dash). Earlier incarnations of the franchise did not give pegasi this ability. Unicorns are mentioned and eventually shown to be able to use their magic for this purpose, both by manipulating existing clouds the way pegasi do and creating clouds wholesale. However, other than Trixie and Twilight Sparkle, all instances shown are special cases ([[WingedUnicorn Princess Luna]] is [[AllYourPowersCombined all races at once, and extremely powerful]], and Rarity [[FakeMemories believed she had Rainbow Dash's job and destiny]].)
** In the [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS6E2TheCrystallingPart2 season 6 opener "The Crystalling"]], the Crystal Heart is revealed to be the one thing insuring that the Crystal Empire keeps a temperate climate. Without the artifact, neither pegasus cloud-manipulation or even alicorn magic can keep at bay the arctic temperatures and fierce blizzards of the Frozen North.
* ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'' villain Vortex has this power. [[OurGhostsAreDifferent Given the nature of ghosts in this series]], he may well be the AnthropomorphicPersonification of storms. Danny himself had temporary control over weather when he got zapped by Vortex's lightning.
* The original ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'' series had the Weathermeister, a one-shot antagonist from the episode "Chill Zone". Unlike most examples, however, she manipulates the weather by slapping stickers of the types of weather she wants onto a map.