Weather Folklore of the Day

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

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    According to folklore, heavy thunder will make milk go sour.

    A halo around the Moon predicts wet or stormy weather.

    Of pimpernel, whose brilliant flower Closes against the approaching shower, Warning the swain to sheltering bower From humid air secure. -C.L. Prince

    The gentian (Gentiana pneumonanthe) closes up both flowers and leaves before rain.

    When the mulberry has shown green leaf, there will be no more frost. [Gloucestershire]

    Harvest follows in thirteen weeks after the milk-white thorn scents the air [Scotland].

    Easter in snow, Christmas in mud, Christmas in snow, Easter in mud.

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