Weather Reading

Some useful weather predicting lore…

  • A rosy sky at sunset, fine weather; Indian-red tint, rain
  • A red sky in the morning, bad wether; much wind, perhaps rain; a gray sky, fine weather
  • Dark, Gloomy, Blue Sky; windy
  • Light, Bright, Blue Sky; fine weather
  • Bright yellow Sky at sunset; presages wind
  • Pale, yellow sky; wet weather
  • Greenish sky; wind and rain
  • When the temp drops suddenly, storm forming South
  • When the temp rises suddenly, storm forming North
  • The wind blows from a region of fair weather towards a region where a storm is forming.
  • Cirrus clouds always move from a region where a storm is in progress toward a region of fair weather
  • Cumulus clouds always move from a region where a storm is forming
  • When Cirrus clouds are moving rapidly from the North or Northeast, there will be rain within 24 hours, no matter how cold it is
  • When Cirrus clouds are moving rapidly from the South or Southeast, there will be a cold hailstorm on the morrow if summer, and a snowstorm if winter
  • The wind always blows in a circle around a storm, and when it blows from the north, the heaviest rain is to the East of you; South, West; East, South; West, North
  • The wind never blows unless a rain or snow is falling within a thousand miles
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