I'm more likely to drink puerh when the weather is cold--or when the office is cold, which is more often the problem here in LA
But cold gray weather can equally serve as excuse for drinking a floral green oolong, or a rich vegetal sencha. Probably the stronger correlation for me is that when the weather is hot, my tea-taste runs greener--less puerh, less deep-roasted oolongs, because I associate those with warming up.
Sweet "Tempest" ...
Directly, not really. Indirectly, yes. I seasonally fluctuate to a rather minor degree compared to most members.
I begin drinking more Gyokuro during the Winter months ... but this is more of a logical thing than a weather thing. I figure current year's harvest sencha is coming to a close ... and Shincha cometh. I do not want to overload on Sencha purchases ... instead I want to ideally begin to run low and ultimately out as Shincha arrives.
Also, current harvest Gyokuro has now aged over 6 months and should be prime for enjoying precious dew.