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How to Predict the Weather using Clouds

Clouds are one of the most reliable predictors of weather when you are out backpacking. There are 10 types of clouds that you should be able to recognize.

The Weather Wizard's Cloud Book: A Unique Way to Predict the Weather Accurately and Easily by Reading the Clouds by Rubin Sr. et al.

The Weather Wizard's Cloud Book: A Unique Way to Predict the Weather Accurately and Easily by Reading the Clouds (Paperback)

Using Clouds To Predict The Weather

For centuries, people have used clouds to forecast the weather. Learn about cloud types and what they tell us about the weather. From the Homeschool Scientist

How to Forecast the Weather Using Clouds. (You could predict the weather yourself. Just using nature as a forecast, you could easily predict what weather was coming.)

Forecast the Weather Using Clouds

How to Forecast the Weather Using Clouds. (You could predict the weather yourself. Just using nature as a forecast, you could easily predict what weather was coming.

Old Fashioned Ways to Predict the Weather. Some great tips here on watching the skies and the nature around you. Who needs a weatherman??

Old Fashioned Ways to Predict the Weather

Old Fashioned Ways to Predict the Weather utilizing your observational skills on clouds, animals, and the sky.

Types of Clouds

Reading the weather is not as mysterious as you might suppose. At its most basic, what you’re looking for are changes in cloud patterns and density, and shifts in the direction of cloud movement.

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Weather Sayings and Their Meanings

Ready for do-it-yourself weather predicting? Long before meteorologists had sophisticated technology to help them predict the weather, people made forecasts based on their observations of the sky, animals, and nature.

Can you predict the weather without a weatherman? Here are some ways to look to nature to know what's coming!

Old Fashioned Ways to Predict the Weather

Striking!

Almanac Folklore of the Day: Forked lightning at night, The next day clear and bright.

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