It’s not too bad when the sun’s out, but it only comes out when it feels like coming out.

J. D. Salinger

The Catcher in the Rye. Chapter 20. Holden is thinking of the time the rain came down when he visited Allie’s grave. It rained on all the visitors and on Allie’s tombstone. Everybody could get inside away from the rain – all except Allie. This speaks to Holden’s sense of powerlessness, that he has no control over his surroundings because life just happens.