SB 10.80.35-36

api naḥ smaryate brahman
 vṛttaṁ nivasatāṁ gurau
guru-dāraiś coditānām
 indhanānayane kvacit
praviṣṭānāṁ mahāraṇyam
 apartau su-mahad dvija
vāta-varṣam abhūt tīvraṁ
 niṣṭhurāḥ stanayitnavaḥ
Word for word: 
api — whether; naḥ — of us; smaryate — are remembered; brahman — O brāhmaṇa; vṛttam — what we did; nivasatām — who were living; gurau — with our spiritual master; guru — of our guru; dāraiḥ — by the wife; coditānām — who were sent; indhana — firewood; anayane — for fetching; kvacit — once; praviṣṭānām — having entered; mahā-araṇyam — the large forest; apa-ṛtau — unseasonal; su-mahat — very great; dvija — O twice-born one; vāta — wind; varṣam — and rain; abhūt — arose; tīvram — fierce; niṣṭhurāḥ — harsh; stanayitnavaḥ — thundering.
Translation: 
O brāhmaṇa, do you remember what happened to us while we were living with our spiritual master? Once our guru’s wife sent us to fetch firewood, and after we entered the vast forest, O twice-born one, an unseasonal storm arose, with fierce wind and rain and harsh thunder.
Purport: 

Śrīla Viśvanātha Cakravartī explains that this storm arose during winter and was therefore unseasonal.