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If a black cloud eclipse the solar ray, And sudden night usurp the place of day. -Aratus [indicating rain]

Frosts end in foul weather.

St. Gallus Day

"Dry today means a dry spring," is traditional weather lore associated with the feast day of St. Gallus, a seventh-century Irish monk.

Moonlight nights have the hardest frosts.

Winter will not come until the swamps are full. - Southern U.S. weather lore

October has 21 fair days. (some say 19.)

When the oak puts on his gosling gray, 'Tis time to sow barley, night or day.

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