Weather lore: the unique bedside book. Taken from the world's literature and the age-old wisdom of farmers, mariners, bird watchers, concerning flowers, plants, trees, butterflies, birds, animals, fish, tides, clouds, rainbows, stars, mock suns, mock moons, haloes
Rider, 1950 - Weather - 251 pages
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TIMES AND SEASONS
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approaching April Aratus autumn bad weather Banbury barometer birds blow borrowing days bright bring C. L. Prince calm Candlemas Day Christmas cirrus cirrus clouds clear cold colours comes corn CUMULO-NIMBUS damp doth dry weather east wind Easter expect rain fall February flowers follow foreshows foretells foul frost gale halo harvest hills Hymettus indicates rain J. G. Wood's Translation January June Lamb light March Martinmas mercury mercury falls mild mist month moon morning night north wind north-east north-west prognostics proverbs rain.—Bacon rainbow rainy rise Roseberry Topping round Royal Meteorological Society Scotland September Shakespeare showers sign of rain sings snow soon south wind south-east south-west spiders spring stars storm summer sunrise sunset sure tempest Theophrastus Theophrastus Signs three days thunder thunderstorms unsettled weather usually warm weather lore wet weather wind and rain windy winter