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Weather Folklore of the Day

Expect rain if turkeys jump up and down.

Last 7 Days

    Much rain in October, much wind in December.

    Rain is likely to commence on the turn of the tide.

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

    If sunset on Sunday is cloudy, it will rain before Wednesday.

    St. Gallus Day

    "Dry today means a dry spring," is traditional weather lore associated with the feast day of St. Gallus, a seventh-century Irish monk.

    If the moon is seen between the scud and broken clouds during a gale, it is expected to cuff away the bad weather.

    Winter will not come until the swamps are full. - Southern U.S. weather lore

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