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UK - WEATHER STATION TOPSITES - UK

 

Red sky at night shepherds delight, red sky at morning shepherds warning.

This must the best known accurate weather saying of all. Here's a list of selected weather sayings

Saying

Notes

If there's frost or dew or morning fog, no rain today you will log Settled weather
It's too cold to snow  Coldest weather occurs with clear skies
The faster the rain the quicker it stops Depends how big the cloud is
Avoid an ash it courts a flash Large trees attract lightning.
When the wind is in the east, tis neither good for man or beast Coming from Norway or Sweden, not the norm
Be it dry or wet, the weather always pays its debt A wet period follows a dry one & vice versa.
If it rains on St Swithins day it'll rain for 40 days & 40 nights Myth, dates back to St Swithins day 971 AD

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The Weather poem

January brings the Snow, makes our feet and fingers glow


February brings the rain, thaws the frozen lake again

 
March brings breezes loud and shrill, stirs the dancing Daffodil


April brings the Primrose sweet, scatters Daisies at out feet

 
May brings flocks of pretty lambs, skipping by their fleecy dams

 
June brings Tulips, Lilies, Roses, fills the children's hands with posies

 

Hot July brings cooling showers, Apricots and Gilli flowers


August brings the sheaves of corn, then the harvest home is borne


Warm September brings the fruit, sportsmen then begin to shoot


Fresh October brings the Pheasant, then to gather nuts is pleasant

 
Dull November brings the blast, then the leaves are whirling fast


Chill December brings the sleet, blazing fire and Christmas treat


by Sara Coleridge
 

 

 

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