In short, I suggest we weather weather in the same way we weather our emotional storms (another form of weather). We become very very familiar with the movement of the elements in nature and the currents in our own emotional field as well. Yes, to become really good, you must study long and hard, but it will make you a good sailor, and give you that look in your eye that others come to respect.
About six years ago, I wrote a fictional account of a man who learned to communicate with weather. It was entitled "Talking to Hurricanes". Yes, it was fictional in that I made it up but it was based on things I am aware of about our latent abilities. It is time for us to go fishing about what abilities we had once, lost and now need to retrieve to bolster our arsenal of means to live a rich life at all times no matter what the challenges. Clearly erratic weather patterns (and emotional excesses) are on the rise. I suggest we all spend a part of each day looking at the skies, the horizon at sunrise and sunset, watch your dogs wiggle their noses when the wind blows and see if you too cannot detect something in the air that your body understands better than your mind. I also check in with my inner weather of feelings regularly and so often, what shows up is a feeling of vulnerability that seems to come out of nowhere. As I stay with that kind of weather just as the good, observant sailor, slowly my confidence builds that I have what it takes to weather most anything, so long as I just take things as they come and accept I am a sailor in training. Live long enough and I am going to get really good at this weathering the weather thing!