If cirrus clouds form in fine weather with a falling barometer, it is almost sure to rain. -Howard
The moon appearing larger at sunset, and not dim, but luminous, portends fair weather for several days.- Francis Bacon, English philosopher (1561–1626)
The number of days that the last snow stays on the ground indicates the number of snowstorms that will occur during the following winter.
If more bees enter the hive than leave it, expect rain, even if the weather looks clear.
Fires that burn paler then usual and murmur within are significant of storms.
A smelly drain means rain.
When it rains in August, it rains honey and wine.
If your cat is snoring, expect foul weather.
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