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      The lightning storm that engulfed an erupting volcano

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      King Duncan is an honorable king of moral character who symbolizes natural order in Scotland. Upon his death, the weather becomes grotesque and is described as gloomy and dark with thunderstorms and lightning. His relation to the weather is confirmed when the sergeant says he used to look forward to spring, and now the storms have brought great discomfort. Shakespeare alludes to hope if Malcolm can become king and restore order and natural weather.

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