For some, these weather proverbs have been used for years in
predicting the weather. Enjoy these famous weather proverbs.
Many of these proverbs our grandparents use to quote to us when we were
children and others are ones our friends have heard growing up.
Are they an accurate prediction, well we will leave it up to you to
determine. We hope you find some of them inspirational.
"Halo around the sun or moon,
rain or snow soon."
"A rainbow afternoon,
good weather coming soon."
"Horses run fast before a violent storm or before windy conditions." Weather Proverb
"When the stars begin to huddle, the earth will soon become a puddle." Weather Proverb
"Thunder in the morning, all day storming
Thunder at night is the travelers delight."
"No weather's ill if the wind be still."
"Red Sky at night, sailor's delight.
Red sky in the morning, sailor take warning."
"The moon and the weather may change together,
but a change of the moon, will not change the weather."
"The higher the clouds
the better the weather."
"A tough apple skin means a hard winter." Weather Proverb
"Moon rising clear, fair weather is near." Weather Proverb
"When the wind blows from the west, fish bite best. When it blows from the east, fish bite least." Weather Proverb
"A year of snow,
a year of plenty."
"Cold is the night
when the stars shine bright."
"Look for rain when
the crow flies low.
"If March comes in like a lion,
it will go out like a lamb."
"If bees stay at home, rain will soon come, if they flay away, fine will be the day." Weather Proverb