Question: Is it true that the weather changes (good to bad, bad to good) at the full Moon?
Answer: Weather records confirm that the days following both the new and full Moons are most likely to be rainy or stormy. A winter full Moon is a time for long cold snaps. In April, the full Moon brings frost. Sailors agree that the full Moon “eats clouds.” Two full Moons in a month increase the chances of flood. A pale full Moon indicates rain, and a red one brings wind. A Christmas full Moon predicts a poor harvest.