Cluttery weather is when it is raining with thick clouds all around.--Maj. B. Lowsley's A Glossary of Berkshire Words and Phrases, 1888
Of the weather, rainy, inclined to be stormy. Of rain, heavy, pelting. Cluttersome, clattersome, of weather, wet, rough, gusty; Hampshire.--Joseph Wright's English Dialect Dictionary, 1896-1905
Also in the form, clittery.--William Cope's Glossary of Hampshire Words and Phrases, 1883
Feast Day of St. Theodore of Sykeon, a patrom of those enduring damp, rainy weather. Gervase Markham's The Husbandman's Practice (1664) included some indicators of approaching rain: "Ducks and drakes shaking and fluttering their wings when they rise; young horses rubbing their backs against the ground; sheep bleating, playing or skipping wantonly; oxen licking themselves against the hair; the sparking of a lamp or candle; the falling of soot down a chimney; swallows flying low; bells heard further than commonly."
*looks out the window* How apropos. Although I'd be very surprised to see sheep skipping wantonly around Tysons Corner.
How exactly does one skip wantonly? 0.o