Which type of weather did she mention most often? Sunny days or rainy? Snowy morns or clear?
I looked into this so you don't have to, and the results are below. However, before you scroll down, take a guess. What type(s) of weather did Dickinson mention most often?
There are some types of weather which Dickinson never mentioned: hail, tornado, and blizzard. Also, even though she used the words rain, fog, and cloud, she never used rainy, foggy, or cloudy -- BUT -- she did use sun and sunny, fog and foggy, storm and stormy, and chill and chilly.
Here are the weather-related terms found in the poems of Emily Dickinson followed by the number of poems in which the terms appear: