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June Weather Lore

June Weather Lore

When pigs carry sticks, the clouds will play tricks.
If the birds be silent, expect thunder.
When spiders' webs in air do fly, The spell will soon be very dry.
When sheep collect and huddle, tomorrow will become a puddle.
When the glowworm lights her lamp, the air is always very damp.
Bats flying late in the evening indicate fair weather.
For more weather information, visit the Weather Center at The Old Farmer's Almanac, www.almanac.com/weathercenter.

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