Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Weather Forecasting

This dog can finally forecast the weather ^_^

If smoke rising from a fire goes up in a thin vertical column, there would be fair weather. While low-rising smoke that hovers or "flattened out" would indicate stormy weather ahead, dog should learn to start fire first.

An 'ol sea dog once said, "Red sky at night, sailor's delight. Red sky in the morning, sailors take warning."

In the morning when sniffing around the ground for a sweet spot and if dog notice that the grass is real wet with dew and gets paws all wet, that means fair weather for the day, while dry grass would most probably mean rain before nightfall.

Birds and insects fly lower that normal to the ground on days with heavy, moisture-laden air. So that's what all that buzzing's about.