Wednesday, May 13, 2015


Red skies at night, sailors delight.
Red sky in the morning, sailors take warning.

A ring around the moon means a storm is coming. Count the stars within the ring and rain will come in that many days.

Moss dry, sunny sky, moss wet, rain you'll get.

Count the seconds between lightning flashes and thunder crashes to tell how far away is the storm.

When leaves show their underside, 
be sure that rain betide.

The sky is red, the devil is dead, 
it's going to be good tomorrow.

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