Next time you see an ant or a spider, check out what it's doing—it could let you know something about the upcoming weather. Check out our weather proverbs and prognostics about insects and reptiles.
*If ants their walls do frequent build, rain will from the clouds be spilled.
*Ants are busy, gnats bite, crickets sing louder than usual, spiders come down from their webs, and flies gather in houses just before rain.
*When bees to distance wing their flight, days are warm and skies are bright; But when their flight ends near their come, stormy weather is sure to come.
*Fireflies in great numbers indicates fair weather.
*When hornets build their nests near the ground, expect a cold and early winter.
*When cicadas are heard, dry weather will follow, and frost will come in six weeks.
*When spiders' webs in air do fly, the spell will soon be very dry.
*Spiders in motion indicate rain.
*When spiderwebs are wet with dew that soon dries, expect a fine day.
*Spiderwebs floating at autumn sunset bring a night frost, this you may bet.
*The louder the frogs, the more the rain.
*Frogs singing in the evening indicates fair weather the next day.
*Leeches kept in glass jars are active just before rain.
*Hang up a snakeskin and it will bring rain.
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