An early series done by Dwig is his Jollies and Follies set, published by Tuck. The cards are all weather related, and feature Dwig’s beauties on moons, suns, stars, or a globe. “Cloudy and threatening, but it may pass over” shows this lady standing on top of the world, holding her parasol. Her face isn’t very detailed, but it is easy to see she was made by Dwig by her hair and shoes.
This card has some minor condition issues, but I rarely find these cards postally used. It was mailed on January 21, 1908.