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When round the moon there is a brugh [halo], The weather will be cold and rough. - Scottish proverb

A hard winter will come if moles dig holes 2.5 feet deep.

When clouds go up the hill, They'll send down water to turn a mill. -Hampshire

On Thursday at three,Look out, and you'll seeWhat Friday will be. - English proverb

If owls hoot at night, expect fair weather.

A heavy November snow will last until April.

If there be ice in November that will bear a duck, There will be nothing thereafter but sleet and muck.

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