Storm Windows is the seventh album by Americanfolk singer and songwriter John Prine, released in 1980. It was his last release on a major label — he would next join Al Bunetta and Dan Einstein to form Oh Boy Records on which all his subsequent recordings were released.
Writing for Allmusic, critic Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr. wrote of the album "Storm Windows isn't a bad album, but the songs and "studio musician" production lack the bite of Bruised Orange. While Storm Windows captures Prine on autopilot, fans will enjoy listening to his reflections at this transitional stage." Music critic Robert Christgau wrote "Finally Prine has fun in the studio without falling bang on his face like he did at Sun... Not stunning, but real smart, real relaxed--one to play."