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Read about sun dogs and animal folklore. See the Almanac weather blog.

The best winter weather proverbs from The Old Farmer's Almanac!

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Calling all golf fanatics! The U.S. Open is being held next month, and aside from the applause, it looks like it is going to be one thunderous event. The Old Farmer’s Almanac says to be on the lookout not for Fore!, but for Thor! Read the forecast here: http://www.almanac.com/blog/everything-almanac-blog/thunderous-pga-us-open

Expect rain if chickens refuse to come out of their coop. - Almanac Weather Folklore

El Niño is more unpredictable than ever. Why? Read the Almanac weather blog.

From The Old Farmer's Almanac Weather Lore App for iOS and Android

Some people rely more on weather lore than the weatherman. Here are some of our favorites, courtesy of The Old Farmer’s Almanac: Book of Weather Lore. http://www.almanac.com/blog/everything-almanac-blog/book-weather-lore-may Photo Credit: Claudia Gregoire

"If snow begins at mid of day, expect a foot of it to lay." More winter folklore here! | The Old Farmer's Almanac

Learn about the wooly bear caterpillar and how their measurements are used to forecast winter weather. The Old Farmer's Almanac investigates wooly bears as weather predictors.

Love watching clouds? See pictures of three rare cloud types on the weather blog at Almanac.com.

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Learn how some farmers use a pig spleen to predict the weather. The Old Farmer's Almanac presents the stories of two Canadian farmers that used a pig's spleen to predict the winter weather.

Can animals and flowers predict the weather? According to weather folklore, yes they can!

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WEATHER FOLKLORE OF THE DAY: A hard winter will come if raccoon's are fat.

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Famous long range weather forecasts for the next 30 days to 60 days for the U.S. and Canada. Since 1792, The Old Farmer's Almanac has been known for its traditionally 80 percent accurate forecasts.