Mud in May, grain in August. - Spanish weather lore
A hard winter will come if fruit trees bloom twice in a season
If an elephant puts its trunk straight up in the air and then hauls it back, stormy weather is coming.
Snow is generally proceeded by a general animation of man and beast that continues until after the snowfall ends.
A hard winter will come if onion skins or nutshells are unusually thick.
Moon changing in morning indicates warm weather ; in the evening, cold weather.
If you accidentally drop salt on the ground, it will rain.
When ducks quack profusely, they are said to be "calling for rain."
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