Is it true that the weather changes (good to bad, bad to good) at the full Moon?
Weather records confirm that the days following both the new and full Moons are most likely to be rainy or stormy. A winter full Moon is a time for long cold snaps. In April, the full Moon brings frost. Sailors agree that the full Moon “eats clouds.” Two full Moons in a month increase the chances of flood. A pale full Moon indicates rain, and a red one brings wind. A Christmas full Moon predicts a poor harvest.