We’ve all heard the old weather adage: “Red sky at night, sailor’s delight. Red sky at morning, sailor take warning”
What about “dew on the grass, rain will not come to pass?”
That’s another farmer’s almanac truism.
So how come every morning I tromp through the dew damp grass and we still have afternoon thunderstorms?
Did’t the bad weather get the message?
Can I sue somebody for my loss of evening exercise? Ye Olde Wives Tales, Inc., perhaps?