26 Hot Weather Quotes That Will Help You Handle the Heat

I love summertime! Summer is my favorite season, and I enjoy the long days and brisk nights. However, what I don’t necessarily like is the scorching heat!

Sweating my way through my favorite season isn’t as hard for me as freezing throughout the winter, but it’s still a nuisance. Let’s be honest; unless we’re on a beach somewhere, sipping cocktails next to a (preferably) large body of water, the heat only makes our days harder.

Still, that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy it. It’s all about the attitude. Heat is sensual, romantic, and mysterious.

I deal with the heat with smart air conditioning or by following the “mind over matter” mantra. When that fails, I recall the best hot weather quotes that help me persevere.

26 Best Hot Weather Quotes to Tie You Over While You’re Waiting for a Breeze

Quirky Hot Weather Quotes for Long Summer Nights

#1. “When the weather is hot, keep a cool mind. When the weather is cold, keep a warm heart.” — Ajahn Brahm

#2. “When I feel the heat, I see the light.” ― Everett Dirksen

#3. “Good weather all week, but come the weekend, and the weather stinks. When the weather is too hot, they complain; too cold, they complain; and when it’s just right, they’re watching TV.” — Rita Rudner

#4. “People change more frequently than the seasons do, and still, we blame the sun for bringing in the heat.” — Shweta Tale

#5. “Summer, dropping so easily a delicious everything upon your skin and lips. Like a never-ending kiss — taunting, deep, and luscious. The sun. The heat. The thousand echoes of a timelessness before time, when every day seems longer than the next and no day seems likely to ever truly end. Summer.” ― Carew Papritz

#6. “What grows best in the heat: fantasy, unreason, lust.” ― Salman Rushdie

Funny Hot Weather Quotes That Will Make You Laugh Out Loud

#7. “Iced tea is too pure and natural a creation not to have been invented as soon as tea, ice, and hot weather crossed paths.” — John Egerton

#8. “A perfect summer day is when the sun is shining, the breeze is blowing, the birds are singing, and the lawnmower is broken.” — James Dent

#9. “The Bermuda Triangle got tired of warm weather. It moved to Alaska. Now, Santa Claus is missing.” — Steven Wright

#10. “I like hot weather. I think it might be a bit better if England was a bit hotter.” — Freddie Highmore

#11. “Yes, U.S. travelers dress better. The British are always so conspicuous in hot climates. They don’t seem to wear shorts. American men seem to be comfortable wearing hot-weather clothing.” — Bill Bryson

#12. “I’m glad it’s finally hot enough to complain about how hot it is.” — Anonymous

#13. “The most obnoxious thing in the world is to listen to others drone on about how much they love the heat.” — Anonymous

#14. “I leaned over to one woman at the café who was professing how at home she was in the sweltering rot of hell and said, ‘If you enjoy the heat so much, marry it, honeymoon with it, and throw it off a cliff to spare the rest of us the agony of having to listen to the joy of your wretched matrimony.’

She laughed.

I was completely serious.” ― Michelle Franklin

Most Famous and Infamous Hot Weather Quotes

#15. “The weather is like the government — always in the wrong.” — Jerome K. Jerome

#16. “Surely, anyway, a working day of eight or nine hours which is not split by a nap is simply too much for a human being to take, day in, day out, and particularly so in hot weather.” — Tom Hodgkinson

#17. “What dreadful hot weather we have! It keeps one in a continual state of inelegance.” — Jane Austen

#18. “Hot weather opens the skull of a city, exposing its white brain and its heart of nerves, which sizzle like the wires inside a lightbulb. And there exudes a sour extra-human smell that makes the very stone seem flesh-alive, webbed, and pulsing.” — Truman Capote

#19. “This kind of heat sucks when you’re not at the beach with a cold beer in your hand. I need a vacation from my vacation.” ― April Mae Monterrosa

#20. “Summertime, oh, summertime, pattern of life indelible, the fade-proof lake, the woods unshatterable, the pasture with the sweet fern, and the juniper forever and ever… the cottages with their innocent and tranquil design, their tiny docks with the flagpole, and the American flag floating against the white clouds in the blue sky, the little paths over the roots of the trees leading from camp to camp. This was the American family at play, escaping the city heat.” ― E.B. White

#21. “There is no such thing as bad weather — only different kinds of good weather.” — John Ruski

Smoking Hot Weather Quotes

#22. “Then, there’s the one about the fellow who complained of the excessive heat the other day, when the thermometer read 90. ‘It isn’t hot, brother,’ comforted a war correspondent just back from Ethiopia, ‘until the chair gets up when you do!’” — Walter Winchell

#23. “The thing with heat is, no matter how cold you are, no matter how much you need warmth, it always, eventually, becomes too much.” ― Victoria Aveyard

#24. “More murders are committed at ninety-two degrees Fahrenheit than any other temperature. Over one hundred — it’s too hot to move. Under ninety, cool enough to survive. But right at ninety-two degrees lies the apex of irritability, everything is itches and hair and sweat and cooked pork. The brain becomes a rat rushing around a red-hot maze. The least thing — a word, a look, a sound, the drop of a hair and — irritable murder. Irritable murder, there’s a pretty and terrifying phrase for you.” — Ray Bradbury

#25. “I believe someone made a grievous mistake when summer was created; no novitiate or god in their right mind would make a season akin to hell on purpose. Someone should be fired.” ― Michelle Franklin

#26. “If I don’t make it to heaven, at least I know what hell feels like with this heat!” ― April Mae Monterrosa

To Conclude

Don’t let the heat and the humidity that goes with it bring you down. Enjoy the summer weather the best you can. Hopefully, these hot weather quotes brought a smile to your face and made the heat at least a bit more tolerable.