Weather Folklore of the Day

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He who eats the pig's eye can see the wind.

Warm October, cold February.

Whistle when you want the wind to blow.

Whether anyone whistled for the small but powerful hurricane that hit from New Jersey to Maine in 1788 is anyone's guess. But if the same storm were to occur in the same place today, the damage would be far more extreme, given that the area is now so highly populated.

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

Feathery clouds, like palm branches or the fleur de lis, denote immediate or coming showers. -Bacon

Much rain in October, much wind in December.

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

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