6. Lightning to the south or east won't reach you; if it's to the west it will.
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1. Rising smoke points to fair weather; if it’s driven downward, expect rain.
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2. When trees show the underside of their leaves, a storm is approaching.
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3. A ring around the moon foretells rain about 50 percent of the time.
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4. When heavy dew forms on grass, the air is dry and skies are clear.
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5. Rain is more likely at low tide because of reduced air pressure.
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6. Lightning to the south or east won’t reach you; if it’s to the west it will.
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7. High clouds won’t rain on you; it’s the low clouds that’ll pound you.
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8. Low-pressure air makes it hard to fly, so birds spend more time perched.

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