The weather consists of endless highs and lows. As most weather patterns are reasonably sedate, with very slow rotations, I am inclined to think that it may not be the rotations which are causing the Anomalous Gravitational Effects, but rather the reverse. The only possibility which I can conceive is that when water vapor condenses in the air, it not only changes state but also changes it's electrical properties. This may cause the water to be shielded from gravity, and this electrical change may cause the whole system to rotate in a cyclonic direction, with a counter-balancing anti-cyclonic area formed adjacent.
If the above were to be true then it would solve the vexing problem of hail. Experts state that hail is held up by "updrafts" as usual. Sometimes the hail from a thunderstorm is huge, cricket ball size, and falls in vast quantities. The updraft required to support this weight would probably be enough to tear the thunderstorm apart, and lift us up into the air as well. There are numerous documented cases of extremely large pieces of ice falling from the sky. I have read of a sphere of ice 20 feet in diameter. These incidents are shrugged off as "unexplained" by scientists. While these events are extremely rare, the only explanation is that they have formed while not subject to the effects of gravity as we presently understand it. Indeed, if the clouds are not affected by gravity, then the hail, and snow, could also be immune. This would mean that hail would have as long as it liked to form, until the triggering mechanism allows it to fall. This release seems quite variable, as we can have soft rain and hard rain which stings, and hail can also arrive at different velocities