Anglo-Saxon scur is akin to German Schauer
(shower, squall). The Indo-European base is believed to be (s)qeu, to cover
over; the given Indo-European root is kewero (north, north wind - as in SCOUR).
S[I]eeYER or SiGHeeYR is a "shower" (Deuteronomy32:2).
Samekh-Ayin-Resh, $aGHahR, is to storm (Jonah 1:11), and $GHaRaH is a tempest
in Iisaiah 40:24 see SQUALL. .
For SK cover terms see SHACK.
ZaR(ZeeYF) is a
shower in Psalms72:6. SHaQaH is to water see SOAK.
reverses this SR with arashi (storm, tempest).
Deuteronomy 32:2 יערף כמטר לקחי תזל כטל אמרתי כשׂעירם עלי־דשׁא וכרביבים עלי־עשׂב׃
My doctrine shall drop as the rain, my speech shall distil as the dew; as the small rain upon the tender grass, and as the showers upon the herb.