I'm fascinated with the old sayings about weather. Farmers and fishers often relied on these signs. They are often called Old Wive's Tales by some - but I'm not so sure I like that title. Here are a few
Red sky at night, sailors delight.
Red sky in the morning, sailors take warning
A wind from the south has rain in its mouth.
When clouds look like rocks and towers, the Earth will be refreshed by showers.
Halos around the sun or moon indicate a rain or snow (in winter) real soon.
Clear moon, frost soon (Autumn saying)
Mares' tails and mackerel scales make tall ships take in their sails.
All photos were straight out of the camera - the only editing done was a little cropping