Weather Folklore of the Day

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Cruel storms do not blow in a right course.

When the summer birds take their flight, goes the summer with them.

A fog from the hillsBrings corn to the mills.

Moonlight nights have the hardest frosts.

Clouds that the sun builds up darken him.

On March 15, come sun and swallow. - Spanish proverb

Weather, wind, women, and fortune change like the Moon. -French proverb

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