You won't have to wait for a rainy day to get the icons you seek!
Researcher tlspiegel found some amazing icon sets (including some
larger, more colorful ones that I prefer), but if you need a complete
collection of this particular set, I think I can help.
When looking for things which may have appeared on a website in the
past, the Internet Archive's 'WayBack Machine' can be handy. The
archive contains archived copies of 10 billion web pages from numerous
websites over the last few years. By searching for the KQ2 URL, I
found that the weather page had been archived the Week of October 1,
Rain was in the forecast that week.
If you look carefully at the web address for each of the icons you
already have, you'll frequently find a pattern in the naming
convention for each file. (You can generally find the web address of
an image by right-clicking on the image in the web browser and
selecting 'properties'.) The three icons that I saw posted in the
current forecast were:
Just by guessing words, I found the following:
The Google search engine also caches pages it indexes, and sometimes
these snapshots can be useful. Often Google will offer a 'cached'
link in the search results pages, but you can also try searching the
cache for a URL directly (See
://www.google.com/help/operators.html#cache for more details)
In this case, I just typed the following line into google:
The search result link was:
The Google-cached version of the page includes one more in the set!
I hope this fully answers your question and gives you some new tools
for searching in the future. Should you have any questions about any
of the above, please don't hesitate to post a request for
I used the Internet Archive's 'Wayback Machine', located at
I also used Google's cache searching option and guessed a few URL(s)