This week, BTT asks: "What’s your book with weather events? Hurricanes? Tornadoes? Blizzards? Real? Fiction? Doesn’t matter...weather comes up a lot in books, so there’s got to be a favorite somewhere, huh?"
I suppose that's true -- most authors do make use of weather at some point: as a plot device, or sometimes just to set a mood. But I'm not sure I have a favorite "weather book."
Of all the books I've read, I can really only think of two in which weather plays a major role -- Wuthering Heights and The Grapes of Wrath. Of course, there's also Dr. Seuss's Bartholomew and the Oobleck -- but I'm not sure I've ever actually read that one, or just read about it (brain getting a little mushy these days).
So I guess I'd have to say that, unless it's a major element in the story, I pretty much ignore literary weather systems. Wish I could do that in real life, too.