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Is it going to rain?

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Through observation, there are a number of indicators that it is going to rain. Some of our favorites include:

Leaves show their backside

Birds stay perched on telephone wires

A halo around the moon

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Sound travels farther and wider

Swallows fly close to the ground

Flies and gnats bite in vain

Your corn or badly healed broken bone talks to you

The Farmers’ Almanac says so!

But will it rain on your Big Day?

Did you know that the Farmers’ Almanac is often referred to as a “bride’s best friend?” It’s true! We have helped many brides and grooms to be pick a wedding date. However, sometimes as we all know, Mother Nature likes to send her wedding wishes in not so nice ways!

Have you read the Top Ten Worst Wedding Finalists stories yet? Check them out and then vote for the couple you think had the worst wedding weather! Your vote could help send these not so lucky couples on a dream vacation.

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