|And now, the weather.|
Cecil announces each weather segment by saying something like "And now the weather" or "I take you to the weather" (except when he is physically incapable of doing so due to problems like a water failure, but in other dire situations he remembers to announce it even while fleeing from the station). When the weather is over, he sometimes greets his listeners and describes what happened during the weather. Often, what happened was the off-stage resolution to whatever impending crisis the town was facing. In at least one episode that ended with an unresolved crisis, Cecil explicitly comments on his surprise that the crisis was not resolved during the weather.
Apart from those segues, the weather has only been mentioned a few times. When Dana Cardinal is projecting herself from the otherworldly desert into the radio studio, she mentions Cecil's weather announcement and then adds, "The weather is beautiful here." Steve Carlsberg tells a story that involves him chatting with Cecil about the weather, saying, "I remember it was the weather because we had to stand in awkward silence for a bit as we waited for the music to stop playing." In the episodes "The Retirement of Pamela Winchell" and "The University of What It Is" Cecil invokes the weather purposefully to distract other citizens.
Local meteorological events, such as doppelganger-causing sandstorms and noisy sunsets, are covered elsewhere in the broadcast. The shades of the sky are forecast in the Shades of the Sky segment. In the episode "The Weather", Cecil dedicated most of the news to the frigid weather overcoming Night Vale. In its place, a song played after Cecil announced the sports segment instead.
Year One Edit
|1||Pilot||"These and More Than These"||Joseph Fink|
|2||Glow Cloud||"The Bus Is Late"||Satellite High|
|3||Station Management||"Bill & Annie"||Chuck Brodsky|
|4||PTA Meeting||"Closer"||The Tiny|
|5||The Shape in Grove Park||"Jerusalem"||Dan Bern|
|7||History Week||"Despite What You've Been Told"||Two Gallants|
|8||The Lights in Radon Canyon||"This Too Shall Pass"||Danny Schmidt|
|9||"PYRAMID"||"Last Song"||Jason Webley|
|10||Feral Dogs||"I know This"||Rachel Kann|
|11||Wheat & Wheat By-Products||"Cigarette Burns Forever"||Adam Green|
|12||The Candidate||"Of a Friday Night"||Anais Mitchell|
|13||A Story About You.||"You Don't Know"||Mount Moon|
|14||The Man in the Tan Jacket||"Movement 1: Invocation of the Duke"||daKAH Hip Hop Orchestra|
|15||Street Cleaning Day||"A Little Irony" This Weather was canceled.
Replaced by "Absolute Lithops Effect".
Replaced by Carrie Elkin
|16||The Phone Call||"Those Days Are Gone and My Heart is Breaking"||Barton Carroll|
|18||The Traveler||"Jews for Jesus Blues"||Clem Snide|
|19(a)||The Sandstorm (A)||"Eliezer's Waltz"||Composed by Larry Cardozo and Ron Fink
Performed by The Ventura Klezmer Band
|19(b)||The Sandstorm (B)||"Eliezer's Waltz"||Composed by Larry Cardozo and Ron Fink
Performed by Disparition
|20||Poetry Week||"Get Me Home"||Robin Aigner|
|21||A Memory of Europe||"Sni Bong"||Dengue Fever|
|22||The Whispering Forest||"Winifred"||Seth Boyer|
|23||Eternal Scouts||"Too Much Time"||John Vanderslice|
|24||The Mayor||"Biblical Violence"||Hella|
|25||One Year Later||"Sunday Morning Stasis"||Joseph Fink|
Note: After reports of inappropriate behaviour, Tom Milsom's track in Street Cleaning Day was removed from the episode reruns and replaced with Carrie Elkin's cover of The Mountain Goats' 'Absolute Lithops Effect'. This was discussed in the Good Morning Night Vale episodes for Street Cleaning Day and A Beautiful Dream.
Year Two Edit
|26||Faceless Old Woman||"Long Gone"||Mary Epworth|
|27||First Date||"Team the Best Team"||Doomtree|
|28||Summer Reading Program||"You and I Belong"||Simone Felice|
|29||Subway||"Poor in Love"||Destroyer|
|30||Dana||"The Lethal Temptress"||The Mendoza Line|
|31||A Blinking Light up on the Mountain||"Never Be Famous"||Hussalonia|
|32||Yellow Helicopters||"Palabras de Papel"||Nelson Poblete|
|34||A Beautiful Dream||"Having Fun" This Weather was canceled.
Replaced by "Better Go!"
Replaced by Mal Blum
|35||Lazy Day||"Mijn Manier"||Brainpower|
|36||Missing||"Peanuts"||Sam n' Ash|
|37||The Auction||"Absentee"||Jack Campbell|
|38||Orange Grove||"Black White and Red"||Emrys Cronin|
|39||The Woman from Italy||"Penn Station"||The Felice Brothers|
|40||The Deft Bowman||"Offering"||Black City Lights|
|41||WALK||"What Have They Done To You Now"||Daniel Knox|
|42||Numbers||"Keep It Coming"||Senim Silla|
|43||Visitor||"Cover Me Up"||Jason Isbell|
|45||A Story About Them||"Pretty Little Head"||Eliza Rickman|
|46||Parade Day||"Take Up Your Spade"||Sara Watkins|
|47||Company Picnic||"Stupid"||Brendan MacLean|
|48||Renovations||"High Tide Rising"||Fox|
|49||Old Oak Doors (Parts A & B)||"Call Off Your Ghost"||Dessa, featuring Aby Wolf and Paper Tiger|
Note: After reports of inappropriate behaviour, Tom Milsom's track in A Beautiful Dream was removed from the episode reruns and replaced with Mal Blum's 'Better Go!'. This was discussed in the Good Morning Night Vale episodes for Street Cleaning Day and A Beautiful Dream.
Year Three Edit
Year Four Edit
Year Five Edit
|91||The 12:37||"Windows"||Angel Olsen|
|92||If He Had Lived||"Opposite House"||Cass McCombs|
|93||Big Sister||"Mary on a Wave"||Okkervil River|
|94||All Right||"Plough"||Speedy Ortiz|
|96||Negotiations||"A Trip Out"||British Sea Power|
|100||Toast||"Second Song"||Joseph Fink|
|101||Guidelines for Disposal||"Letters"||Lera Lynn|
|102||Love Is a Shambling Thing||"Listening to TPM"||Brook Pridemore|
|104||The Hierarchy of Angels||"Qualified"||Sammus, featuring Open Mike Eagle|
|105||What Happened at the Smithwick House||"You Cannot"||Erin McKeown|
|106||Filings||"All or Nothing"||The Dream Masons|
|107||The Missing Sky||"The Ends and the Means"||Robby Hecht|
|108||Cal||"Robert Frost"||Mal Blum|
|109||A Story About Huntokar||"Full Metal Black"
Incorrectly referred to as "Full Metal Dark" in the credits.
|The Royal They|
|110||Matryoshka||"Everyone I Know Will Die"||Four Eyes|
Year Six Edit
Year Seven Edit
Year Eight Edit
|151||The Waterfall||"Always Right"||Anne Reburn|
|152||The Great Golden Hand||"Drones"||Epicenter|
|153||The Heist, Part 1||"My Friend"||Dominique Chantel Worthing with Barrett Ward|
|154||The Heist, Part 2||"Only One Star"||Ann|
|155||The Heist, Part 3||"Good Luck with That"||Fathom All the Animals|
|156||The Trouble with Time||"Revolution Lover"||Left At London|
|157||The Promise of Time||"Good Intentions, Bad Advice"||Nicky Flowers|
|158||The Battle for Time||"Sugar Neighbors"||Dane Terry|
|159||Cat Show||"Fuzzy Disco"||Talkie|
|160||The Weather||"Suspension of Disbelief"||Victory Soul Orchestra|
|161||The Space Race||"Have a Smoke"||Head Portals|
Live Shows Edit
|1||Condos||"Remember Us"||Gabriel Royal|
|2||The Debate||"Promise to the Moon"
Encore: "These And More Than These"
|3||Thrilling Adventure Hour & Welcome to Night Vale Crossover||"Captain Laserbeam Theme"
Quickly interrupted by Cecil.
|Steve Carlsberg (Hal Lublin)|
|4||The Librarian||"Serpentine Cycle of Money"||Carrie Elkin and Danny Schmidt|
|5||The Investigators||"Maker of My Sorrow"||Eliza Rickman|
|6||Ghost Stories||"Where Did I Go"||Erin McKeown|
|7||All Hail||"See Me"||Mal Blum|
|8||A Spy in the Desert||"Company Man"||Dane Terry|
Bonus Episodes Edit
|2||What of the Sea?||"Ruins"||Morteth|
Remixed Episodes Edit
|26||Faceless Old Woman (R)||"Black Doe"||Mary Epworth|
|13||A Story About You. (R)||"Local Honey"||al Riggs|
|39||The Woman from Italy (R)||"White Limo"||The Felice Brothers|
|28||Summer Reading Program (R)||"New Mexico"||Carrie Elkin|
Note: Episodes with a "(R)" are episodes that were repeated during a hiatus. The contents of the episodes are exactly the same, with the exception of the music and weather being used.