There is always one fine week in February.
Heavy frosts are generally followed by fine, clear weather.
If gnats dance in February, the farmer becomes a beggar.
The night of St. Peter (February 22) shows what weather we will have for the next 40 days.
If February give much snow, A fine summer it doth foreshow.
According to a Highland superstition, February 12, 13, and 14 were borrowed from January. Stormy weather during this time was considered a good omen.
It is forbidden to knit on a doorstep in February, as that is known to lengthen the winter.
Of all the months in the year, curse a fair Februeer.
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