Weather Folk-Lore and Local Weather SignseBook - 1903
Through the years, a folklore evolved focusing on weather. While some of these have proven to be true, many of them are simply myths. Some weather beliefs include "It never clouds up in a June night for rain," "When the summer suns burns more than usual, expect thunderstorms," "A piece of seaweed hung up will become damp previous to rain" and more. This book exposes the weather folklore, then focuses on tips for certain towns.
Publisher: Washington DC : Government Printing Office, 1903
Characteristics: 1 online resource (172 p.)