Chopin uses two different stories. One clear example of such usage is seen in Kate Chopin's writing. In spite of the fact that she seems to be particularly conservative, the protagonist, Calixta, is under a lot of stress and feels that she absolutely needs to do something about it.
It is the last sentence in the story that makes the final comparison to the storm. The story begins with Bobinot and Bibi inside the local store.
In the end Chopin makes it seem that infidelity can sometimes be a good thing; after the affair it made both Calixta and Alcee better people as a consequence.
The first storm is the most obvious one that Bibi and Bobinot are faced with. These two stories are alike in several ways.
Kate Chopin does an amazing job of combining plot, language, and setting to create a very passionate and vivid story. By describing the storm during the climax between Calixta and Alcee, Chopin is implying that their passion equals the intensity of the storm.
Chopin again uses the storm to direct the action.
And so the story ends with everyone happy and satisfied.