Act 1 Scene 1 – Line 2-4 First WitchWhen shall we three meet again? In thunder, lightning, or in rain? The ominous weather is a sign of evil and mischievous deeds, so when such weather happens again the witches will most likely be a part of it. Scene 1 – Line 11 All witchesHover through the fog and filthy air. Scene 2 – Line CaptainShipwracking storms and direful thunder break, So from that spring whence comfort seemed to come Discomfort swells. The witches are ghostly figures that shift through fog and cloudy areas seemingly appear out of nowhere. Spring used to comfort the Captain, but now discomfort is building up upon him due to severe storms and ocean conditions.
Act 1 Scene 3 – Line 11 Second Witch Ill give thee a wind. The second witch is giving the first a wind to sail her sieve on Scene 3 – Line Banquo The earth hath bubbles as the water has, And these are of them. Whither are they vanished? Macbeth Into the air, and what seemed corporal melted As breath into the wind. Would they had stayed! Macbeth and Banquo are astonished that people could just disappear in the wind as if human bubbles popping and being gone from sight permanently.
Act 1 Scene 6 – Line 3-5 Banquo This guest of summer The temple-haunting martlet, does approve By his loved mansionry that the heavens breath Banquo explains how the castle is worthy of the kings stay because it looks like a place from heaven. Scene 6 – Line 9 Banquo Where they most breed and haunt, I have observed The air is delicate. Banquo was saying that the castle was even pleasant and safe enough even for children to stay. Scene 7 – Line 23 Macbeth Upon the sightless couriers of the air Macbeth was saying that if he committed the murder of king he would've be damned.
Act 3 o Act 3 scene 3 Line 16: It will rain tonight o Banquo predicts bad weather as the murderers are about to kill him and Fleance Act 3 Scene 4 Line 23: as broad and general as the casing wind Macbeth was saying that if he wasnt threated by emiems and for of fear and doubt he wouldve been a wholesome perosn
Act 4 Macbeth Scene 1 Line 86 : That I may tell pale-hearted fear it lies, and sleep in spite of thunder Macbeth was starting to become nervous about hiring the murders to kill Banquo and Fleance that it was hard for him to sleep Ross Scene 3 Line 192: But I have words that would be howled out in the desert air, where hearing should not latch them Ross was saying that he had secrets that arent meant to be out in the public.