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"English Weather Proverbs"
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By Natalia Rabchevska English Weather Proverbs
Rain before seven, fine before eleven
When the stars begin to huddle, the earth will soon become a puddle
When a pine cone closes up, rain is on the way.
Ring around the sun, rain before night is done.
Ring around the moon, rain by noon.
Rainbow in the morning gives you fair warning
The higher the clouds, the better the weather.
Red Sky at night, sailor's delight. Red sky in the morning, sailor take warning
Flies bite before a storm.
When smoke descends, good weather ends.
If a squirrel stores many nuts, it means it will be a bad winter.
If a groundhog sees its shadow on February 2, there will be 6 more weeks of winter
Clear moon, frost soon
If corn husks are thicker than usual, a cold winter is ahead.