Weather Folklore of the Day

Send soon, O frog, the jewel of water! And ripen the wheat and millet in the field.

(Because the frog is an amphibian and "lord of the waters," he is though by some superstitions to bring the spring rains.)

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    When the corn wears a heavy coat, so must you. - Pennsylvania proverb

    Soot falling in the chimney indicates that a storm is coming.

    If ants carry eggs to higher ground, expect rain.

    If dead branches fall in calm weather, expect rain.

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

    A few days after full or new moon, changes of weather are thought more probable than at any other time. -Scotland

    Expect rain if geese are especially noisy.

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