You're on a photography trip, and you wake up early in the morning to see what the weather is like. It's socked-in with clouds and fog. You have several options: roll over and go back to sleep, fix a leisurely breakfast, go scouting, or grab your gear and high-tail it out to get some shots while the condition still exists.
Bad weather is a situation many photographers find frustrating, but anyone who has shot film during 'bad" conditions can tell you the best option is the last one. After all, storms can play a key part in some of the most dramatic shots you've ever taken, whether they're landscapes or wildlife.