🌧️ Meaning: A white cloud with a few blue raindrops falling from beneath it. The 🌧️ Cloud With Rain emoji signifies rainy weather or the monsoons. Metaphorically, it can suggest sadness, mourning, grief, etc. However, rains have a sense of coziness and romance attached to them too.
How and When to Use the 🌧️ Cloud With Rain Emoji
- “Rain on me” is more than just a song. If you’re texting someone or sharing a social media post/story about the abundance of something (mostly in a negative connotation), you can use 🌧️ – “It’s like I literally did nothing for 5 months and then responsibilities rained on me 🌧️”.
- If you’re texting someone about how it’s been raining cats and dogs, you can use 🌧️. You’d want to add ⛈️ Cloud With Lightning and Rain to enhance the mood too.
- You can also use 🌧️ while suggesting that you’ll take a raincheck. Like, “Hmm weekend party? I’ll take a raincheck 🌧️”.
- Use 🌧️ while advising that mindlessly-spending friend about saving up – “It’s all fun and games until you have nothing for a rainy day 🌧️”.
- If the caption for the picture you’re uploading needs to capture the essence of the monsoons or the monsoon-ish emotion you’re feeling, bring in 🌧️. For instance, “All this rain and I didn’t see it coming 🌧️”.
- 🌧️ Rains
- 🌧️ Rainy Weather
- 🌧️ Monsoons
- 🌧️ Rain Cloud
- 🌧️ Heavy Cloud
- 🌧️ Raining Cats and Dogs
- 🌧️ Raincheck
- 🌧️ Drizzling