New moon far in the south indicates dry weather for a month.
Seeing the new moon over your right shoulder is lucky.
For better results when spring-cleaning, do the chores during a waning Moon (between full and new).
The moon appearing larger at sunset, and not dim, but luminous, portends fair weather for several days.- Francis Bacon, English philosopher (1561–1626)
A new moon with sharp horns threatens windy weather.
A new moon on Saturday or Sunday is bad luck and predicts rain.
A pale full Moon indicates rain, while a red one brings wind.
A few days after full or new moon, changes of weather are thought more probable than at any other time. -Scotland
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