Today, it snowed!
What’s the rule about what we call ‘willyworms’… they’re the really fuzzy things that cross the road here. Typically we heard that if they’re mostly dark in color, you will have a really rough winter, but I’ve also heard that white ones mean snow. Either way, they’re cute and kid friendly.
Are their rules for willy worms where you live? Or is there some other significant animal/vegetable/mineral that you rely on to gauge how your winter will be… ?!?
Fuzzy caterpillars – if they’re REALLY fuzzy, it’s going to be cold.
I haven’t actually seen any this year, but today it’s 73 and wet (front). Tomorrow night’s low is 21. Needless to say, it’s a bit blustery and we’ve had three tornadoes nearby this morning.