Here comes 69 amazing gods and goddesses names of sky and weather. These gods and goddesses were under the command of Zeus and Hera, the king and queen of heaven. If you are looking for sky and weather inspired dog names, you could name your beloved puppies after these gods and goddesses in Greek mythology.
Aeolus: The king of the winds.
Aether: The primeval god of the shining light of the blue sky.
Aiolos: Another name for Aeolus.
Aither: Another name for Aether.
Anemi: The gods of the four directional winds and the heralds of the four seasons.
Anemoi: Another name for Anemi.
Anemoi: The Daemones of the violent storm-winds.
Arce: The messenger of the Titans.
Arke: Another name for Arce.
Astra Planeti: The gods of the five wandering-stars or planets.
Astra Planetoi: Another name for Astra Planeti.
Astraeus: The Titan god of the stars.
Astraios: Another name for Astraeus.
Astrothesiae: The spirits or living forms of the heavenly constellations.
Astrothesiai: Another name for Astrothesiae.
Atlas: A Titan condemned by Zeus to hold the sky aloft upon his shoulders and turn it upon its axis.
Aura: The Titan goddess of the breeze.
Aurae: The nymphs of the breezes.
Aurai: Another name for Aurae.
Boreas: The god of the north wind whose wintry breath brought the cold of winter.
Chaos: The primeval goddess of the gap between heaven and earth.
Chione: The goddess of snow.
Chronos: The old god of time who turned the wheel of the heavenly constellations.
Cyclopes: Three giant sons of Uranus who forged the lightning and thunder of Zeus.
Dike: One of the three goddesses of the seasons and the ordering of time.
Eirene: One of the three goddesses of the seasons and the ordering of time.
Eos: The winged goddess of the dawn who heralded the rising of the sun with her rosy brilliance.
Eosphoros: Another name for Eosphorus.
Eosphorus: The god of the dawn-star seen in the morning skies.
Eunomia: One of the three goddesses of the seasons and the ordering of time.
Euros: Another name for Eurus.
Eurus: The god of the east wind and herald of the autumn season.
Harpyiae: Daemones of whirlwinds and storm gusts.
Harpyiai: Another name for Harpyiae.
Hecatoncheires: Three hundred-armed, fifty-headed giants. They were the gods of violent storms.
Hekatonkheires: Another name for Hecatoncheires.
Helios: Another name for Helius.
Helius: The god of the sun whose orb was he wore upon his head as a bright aureole crown.
Hemera: The primeval goddess of the day.
Hera: The Queen of Heaven and goddess of the air and starry constellations.
Herse: The goddess of the morning dew.
Hesperides: The goddesses of sunsets. The three Hesperides tended the tree of the golden apples on Erythea, the Red Isle, in the western stream of the river Oceanus.
Hesperos: Another name for Hesperus.
Hesperus: The god of the evening star.
Horae: Three goddesses of the seasons and the ordering of time named Eirene, Eunomia and Dike.
Horai: Another name for Horae.
Hyades: Nymphs of the five stars of the constellation Hyades.
Iris: The goddess of the rainbow. She was the divine messenger of the Olympian gods.
Khaos: Another name for Chaos.
Khione: Another name for Chione.
Kyklopes: Another name for Cyclopes.
Menae: The nymphs of the fifty new moons of the Olympiad.
Nephelae: The nymphs of the clouds.
Nephelai: Another name for Nephelae.
Notos: Another name for Notus.
Notus: The god of the wet and stormy south wind who heralded the month of summer.
Nyx: The primeval goddess of night.
Oceanides: The daughters of the earth-encircling river Oceanus.
Okeanides: Another name for Oceanides.
Oreithyia: The goddess of cold, gusty mountain winds.
Ouranos: Another name for Uranus.
Pleiades: The nymphs of the seven stars of the constellation Pleiades.
Selene: The goddess of the moon. She rode across the sky on the back of a bull, an ass, or in chariot drawn by winged horses.
Uranus: The primeval god whose body formed the solid dome of heaven.
Zephryus: The god of the gentle west wind and the herald of spring.
Zephyros: Another name for Zephryus.
Zeus: The King of the Gods and the ruler of the heavens. He was the god of clouds, rain, thunder and lightning.
Zodiac: The spirits of the twelve constellations of the zodiac circled heaven measuring the seasons of the year.
Zodiakos: Another name for Zodiac.