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we are now getting fall weather in August which is supposed to be the hottest month, so what is our winter going to be like, has anyone heard?
Morter

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Old Farmers Almanic isn't out yet. But the old wives tale is, if the spiders spin their webs high that means a harsh winter and spun low means a mild winter. All webs that I've seen are spun and hanging low.
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Did any one see the shooting stars last night we seen at least 6 it is suppose to happen again tonight.
SAD

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Aug 13, 2012
 

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forcasts say warmer and wetter than normal winter. weather channel.
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Morter wrote:
Old Farmers Almanic isn't out yet. But the old wives tale is, if the spiders spin their webs high that means a harsh winter and spun low means a mild winter. All webs that I've seen are spun and hanging low.
my grandpaents say the same thing.
Pebbles

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shooting stars wrote:
Did any one see the shooting stars last night we seen at least 6 it is suppose to happen again tonight.
No mushrooms this year........
Blackberry winter but no black berries.........
No rain........
Somethin's up dingle..........
I say Blizzard comin..........
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Aug 14, 2012
 
shooting stars wrote:
Did any one see the shooting stars last night we seen at least 6 it is suppose to happen again tonight.
AWESAME! Ill definitely be watching tonight. Was it late night when ya saw em?
bob wyre

Loogootee, IN

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"In case you're wondering, the Perseid meteor shower will be visible on the night of Monday, August 13, through the morning of Tuesday, August 14 and should come close to halt by August 22, 2012.
On August 15, the Perseids are expected to be visible at about ten meteors per hour and by August 22, the frequency should drop to one per hour or so according to Meteor Showers Online.
The event drew great attention from not only fanatical sky gazers but also the general public as well that flocked the open fields this past weekend to catch a glimpse of what basically is bits of dust and ice slamming unto the Earth's atmosphere and as a result emitting trails of light."

Read more at http://www.latinospost.com/articles/2868/2012...
shooting stars

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Thank you bob wyre for the info

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