Thursday, June 2, 2011

Weather Predictions from the Animals

Expect rain when dogs eat grass, cats purr and wash, sheep turn into the wind, oxen sniff the air, and swine are restless.

When cats sneeze, it is a sign of rain.

Bats flying late in the evening indicates fair weather.

When horses and cattle stretch out their necks and sniff the air, it will rain.

When pigs gather leaves and straw in all, expect a cold winter.

If sheep ascend hills and scatter, expect clear weather.

If you see tarantulas in the middle of the road they are seeking high ground and you can expect 1/2 inch of rain or more.

If foxes bark after midnight, expect rain.

When hornets build their nests near the ground, expect a cold and early winter.

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