Weather Folklore of the Day

Last 7 Days

When the moon is darkest near the horizon, expect rain.

Expect rain if geese are especially noisy.

The first and second never mind, The third regard not much, But as the fourth and fifth you find, The rest will be as such.

This bit of weather lore suggests that the weather on the fourth and fifth days after any new Moon indicates the weather for that lunar cycle.

Two rainbows at a time promise rain.

If it rains on St. Anne's Day, it will rain for a month and a week.

Red clouds at sunrise foretell wind ; at sunset, a fine day for the morrow. -Bacon

Kill a barn swallow and it will rain for a month.

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