"Keep your weather-eye open," be on your guard; look out for squalls.
But, busy as the time is, the skipper has his weather-eye open for the signs.
Only I feel it my duty to say this to you—keep your weather-eye open.
I never knew any master keep his weather-eye lifting as this female do.
To catch a person nodding; to find he has not his weather-eye open—Nunquam dormio!
Poyntz threw a sharp look at me out of the corner of his weather-eye.
“Not while I keep my weather-eye open,” observed the doctor.
So all I does is to keep a weather-eye open, and musket a-cock.
Dickie Lang cast a weather-eye to seaward and shook her head.
He screwed up his weather-eye (the one next his wife, of course, that being the quarter from which squalls might be expected).