Yes, I group my dreams into three, the first are those I have when I am in deep sleep, mostly dreams that are not logical, sort of a unconnected panorama of images of what my brain has stored over days, like no meaning or anything.
Then, a second group of dreams come when I'm light sleep, and they involve things happening, like a death, an accident, plane crash, or disaster, that happens that same day or within a week. Dreams like these come when I am in a sort of a nightmare state, like I'm aware that I'm dreaming, but I'm half-awake, like there's some sort of a battle between reality and my dream, or when I sleep at dawn, or have slept/nap while I'm doing something in my table. That's how I learn about the death of my father-in-law last year, in my state of half-dreaming/half-awake consciousness, in my dream somebody whispered to me that someone died. Later at 6pm that day, I got a call from my husband that his father died in a vehicle accident. I also got recurring childhood dreams, one I had since I was 9yo, about walls of waves engulfing our village and me running for dear life. After the 2004 tsunami in Asia, I can't recall having that same dream again. Maybe just coincidence?