1 When the snow storm abated a moment we looked again.
2 Last night was very threatening, and the fishermen say that we are in for a storm.
3 The storm was fearful, and as it boomed loudly among the chimney-pots, it made me shudder.
4 I was conscious of the presence of the Count, and of his being as if lapped in a storm of fury.
5 On the water he is powerless except at night; even then he can only summon fog and storm and snow and his wolves.
6 ONE greatest and suddenest storms on record has just been experienced here, with results both strange and unique.
7 I shall send, in time for your next issue, further details of the derelict ship which found her way so miraculously into harbour in the storm.
8 Already the sudden storm is passing, and its fierceness is abating; crowds are scattering homeward, and the sky is beginning to redden over the Yorkshire wolds.
9 The schooner paused not, but rushing across the harbour, pitched herself on that accumulation of sand and gravel washed by many tides and many storms into the south-east corner of the pier jutting under the East Cliff, known locally as Tate Hill Pier.
10 At times the mist cleared, and the sea for some distance could be seen in the glare of the lightning, which now came thick and fast, followed by such sudden peals of thunder that the whole sky overhead seemed trembling under the shock of the footsteps of the storm.
11 However, when we got to the pathway outside the churchyard, where there was a puddle of water, remaining from the storm, I daubed my feet with mud, using each foot in turn on the other, so that as we went home, no one, in case we should meet any one, should notice my bare feet.