You know what they say about March, right? I wonder if the old saying will ring true again this year…
I love little sayings about “weather lore”, as wikipedia calls it. Between my parents and/or school, some of these little sayings have become ingrained in my mind.
“Red sky in the morning, sailors take warning. Red sky at night, sailor’s delight.”
and my favorite, along with its accompanying joke perhaps only Americans will get… “April showers bring May flowers…” (…and what do Mayflowers bring? …PILGRIMS!)
I learned a French one last year: “Noël au balcon, Pâcques au tison.” A warm Christmas brings a cold Easter – literally, Christmas on the balcony, Easter at the embers.
Do you know any others? I wasn’t familiar with the other ones listed on the wikipedia page.