Summer is pretty much done and dusted, leaving us in the awkward weather period where one minute it’s hailing like the apocalypse and the next second it’s hotter than a chilli to the eyeball. Here’s how to stay one step ahead of mother nature…
01 Cumulonimbus clouds
A huge, towering, fluffy anvil-shaped cloud is a sure sign of a storm. Denser than Joey Essex and containing a ton of moisture, see this and you’ll defo need your coat.
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02 Dry grass
Dewy grass in the morning means it’s been a clear night and most likely a clear day. Dry grass suggests a cloudy sky, indicating rain.
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03 Freaky frog
Frogs come out and gather in larger numbers as rain approaches, excited by the period of high humidity.
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04 Fish jump
When fish jump after juicy flies, it’s often because there’s less atmospheric pressure and it's therefore more likely to rain.
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05 Sitting cows
The moo cows apparently hit the ground in times of rain, to keep their spot dry. But science says this old wives’ tale is complete cow shit.
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