Bullfrogs sing when rain is coming (the old Cajun saying is Laplie tombe ouaouaron chante.)
Killing a cat or a reptile will bring hard rain.
Good weather is coming in summer only if the night before was clear.
Heavy dew is a sign of fair weather.
A whirlwind in the dust of the street heralds dry weather.
Rain or tears at a wedding brings bad luck.
“If the oak is out before the ash, it will be a summer of wet and splash. If the ash is out before the oak, it will be a summer of fire and smoke.”
All of these may work anywhere, although the one I wish most for is the first. We’ve no bullfrogs here, and I remember their singing fondly… Bonne chance ~
Header: The Old Absinthe House by Louis Oscar Griffith via American Gallery