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In thunder, lightning, or in rain?/...Upon the heath/... Hover through the fog and filthy air (1.1.2-13)
"And yet dark night strangles the traveling ramp./ Is't night's predominance, or the day's shame"(2.4.7-8)
"It will be rain tonight"(3.3.18)
The weather changes greatly when the witches are in the scene compared to when they are not. When they are, it is usually intense and during thunder or rain when it is foggy or when the air is dirty. This imagery of the weather when the witches are in the scene develop the theme of supernatural.
The weather during the night King Duncan was murdered was described as being dark and unnatural. This was described by Ross in the fourth scene of the second act when he was talking with the old man. The day's shame in this quote symbolizes Duncan's power being overrun by Macbeth's darkness, hence the symbolization of darkness.
When Banquo says "It will be rain tonight," he is describing what the night will be like when he is murdered.He says this just before the murderes attack. Banquo does not know that he in going to be killed that night but it sets the dark and dreary mood. (3.3.18)
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