Verified by an expert
Rings around the moon – to the wind.
> Long icicles-to long spring.
> The snow will soon melt, and the water runs together – by the wet summer.
> The first thunder in the north wind – spring is cold: in the east – dry; at the west – wet; in the south – warm.
> Crimson dawns – to the winds.
> The dawn at sunrise and sunset – golden or light pink – to fair weather.
> Month horns down – to heat.
> If lightning flashes in early spring, but no thunder is heard, the summer will be dry.
> Clouds float high – to good weather.
> Blue clouds – to heat and rain.
> The sun sets in red – to the wind.
> If a lot of cobwebs fly in the spring – the summer will be hot.
> A lot of sap flows from birch – by the rainy summer.
> When the bird cherry blossoms, it will be cold.
> Early arrival of larks – to warm weather.
> The lark is not heard from the very dawn – to rain or bad weather.
> Crows bathe in early spring, to warmth.
> Cranes stretch to the north – to the heat, fly back – to the cold.
> Rowan has many fruits, to severe frosts.
> If hares have a lot of fat in autumn, the winter will be long and cold.
> The more ant heaps come in by the autumn, the winter will be more severe.
> In the autumn, bees close up the beeks with wax, leaving a slightly visible hole for the cold winter, leaving it (the entrance hole) open for a warm winter.
> If the mice nest in the forest, then in winter there will be more snow.
> Moles and mice make large stocks of harsh and snowy winters.
> In autumn birds fly low – to cold, high – to warm winters.
> The hare has turned white wool – winter is close.
> The birds are silent – the cold still stands.
> In winter, dogs roll around – be blizzards.
> Tinnitus in the summer, to bad weather, in winter – to the snow.
> A lot of berries, to a cold winter.
> If the spring does not long shed hares, wait for prolonged cold.
> Chickens early to perch sit down – to be harsh in winter, to frost, the higher – the frost will be stronger.
> A cat tears down a wall – to bad weather, a ball lies – on a frost.
> The tit begins to squeak in the morning – expect frost at night.
> Autumn leaf fall will be soon – expect a cool winter.
> October thunder promises a snowless winter.
> Thunder in September foreshadows a warm autumn.
> The ice is cracking hard – expect the frost.
> Glasses will start to sweat with double frames – the frost will increase.
> Geese hide a beak under a wing – to a frost.
> Wolves howl near shelter – to frost.
> The cat puts his head under his arm – to the frost.
> Cat climbs on the stove – to the frost.
> In which direction do the animals lie on their back, on the other side expect the wind.
> In the summer, yellow leaves appeared on the trees – autumn will be early.
> If thunder rattles for a long time – bad weather will be established for a long time.
> Rainbow circle around the moon – to the wind, to bad weather.
> Around the Moon one or two dull reddish circles are visible – expect strong frosts.
> If the stars are many and very frequent – in winter to cold.
> Bees return without honey – to the deterioration of the weather.
> Swallows fly low – to bad weather.
> In the evening there is no fish – to bad weather.
> The fog rises up – to bad weather.
> Ants close the passages in the anthills – to bad weather.
> The branches of the spruce descend, and the cones close their scales – to bad weather.