The number of fogs in August determines the number of snows in the upcoming winter. If they are just light fogs that burns off quickly, then there will be light snows. Heavy fogs? HEAVY SNOW!
When you hear the first katydid, it will frost in sixty days.
If berries and nuts are plentiful, there is a hard winter coming.
The more black than brown on a wooly worm or the wider the black stripe, the worse the winter.
A warm November indicates a bad winter.
Big wet snowflakes indicate a short snow storm. If the snowflakes are small and powdery, you better be ready to start shoveling!
The day of the month on which the first snow falls will tell you how many storms you will have in the upcoming winter. For instance, if the first snow happens on December 3, then there will be 3 storms.
Real spring will not occur until it snows on some daffodils in bloom. That snow is called a daffy snow.
If you hear thunder in winter it means that colder weather is coming.
If it rains while the sun is shining, it means that the devil is beating his wife.
When you see cows huddling up in the pasture, you know to expect rain.
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