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Weather Lore

If a dog eats grass it is the sign of rain.
When there is a circle around the moon it is also the sign of rain.
When the leaves of the poplar are shaking down low it is the sign of rain and when they are shaking up high it is the sign of fine weather.
When there is a rainbow in the sky it is the sign of showers.
If the crows are flying low it is the sign of rain and if they are flying high it is the sign of a storm.
When a cat is scraping a tree it is also the sign of a storm.
If you saw a flock of Wild Geese it is a sign of snow.
Very red setting sun is the sign of frost.
A storm at sea is likely if seagulls come to land.
Soot falling loosely down the chimney is the sign of rain.
If the sky is very red in the south-east that is the sign of rain.

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