Rain on St. John's will spoil the nuts.
When herons fly up and down as if in doubt about where to nest, expect rain.
Deep snow in the winter, tall grain in the summer.- Estonian proverb
A dry moon is far north and soon seen.
It was once believed that a bay tree protected anyone near it from thunder and lightning.
If the new moon appear with the points of the crescent turned up, the month will be dry. If the points are turned down, it will be wet.
Expect rain when you see spider webs floating in the air.
Watch the heifer's tail: When stretched aloft 'twill rain or hail.
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