Spell A Day
Spell Date: Saturday, March 17, 2001
According to the ancient beliefs, the turn of the Moon brings a change in the weather. This means right after the New and Full Moons are the most likely time for the weather to change. Further-more, if the Moon is bright orange when it rises, the weather will be warmer the next day. And a ring around the Moon means snow is on the way.
This post was written by Magenta Griffith
on March 17, 2001
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