Sunday, 21 February 2016

A new sailor's guide to Famous weather Proverbs

People have been forecasting weather since centuries. Once, they used to look to plants and animals for signs about how the weather would be. For example; some people often observed that often before it rained, ants moved to higher ground, pine cones opened up, frogs croaked more than before. These signs and symptoms often gave rise to several weather saying over the years. However, it is a fact that weather sayings are often the result of one's specific observation - observation that is a particular location-specific. So, most or some of the sayings do not necessarily have been backed by solid science and the usability of a saying may differ from one part of the world to other. Also, some of the sayings have been developed merely based on incidences and thus do not necessarily hold true to science. However, under certain circumstances, some proverbs are however proven to be factual.

We cover some of the weather proverbs
Red Sky at night, sailor's delight. Red sky in the morning, sailor take warning
Mare's tails and mackerel scales make tall ships take in their sails
Clear moon, frost soon
A year of snow, a year of plenty
Halo around the sun or moon, rain or snow soon
Rainbow in the morning gives you fair warning
No weather is ill, if the wind be still
Cold is the night when the stars shine bright
When a rooster crows at night there will be rain by morning

A rainbow in the morning is the shepherd’s warning. A rainbow at night is the shepherd’s delight
Pigs gather leaves and straw before a storm
There are many other weather proverbs and sayings that define the unique traits and characteristics of weather. The proverbs change depending on place. A good sailor, who listens to the proverbs, also relies on scientific tools and fine technologies. If you require updated variety of latest tools and technologies for ensuring great sailing, please click the website.

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