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A hard winter will come if onion skins or nutshells are unusually thick.

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    Deep snow in the winter, tall grain in the summer.- Estonian proverb

    When the corn wears a heavy coat, so must you. - Pennsylvania proverb

    When clouds appears like rocks and towers, The earth's refreshed by frequent showers.

    When the clouds of the morn to the west fly away, You may conclude on a settled, fair day.

    If the Moon shows a silver shield,Don't be afraid to reap your field;But if she rises haloed round, Soon you'll walk on flooded ground.

    Coals becoming alternately bright and dim indicate an approaching storm.

    Cloudy mornings turn to clear evenings.


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