The Everyday Lore Project

16 October 2020 – Spring Prediction

16 October 2020 – Spring Prediction

Two bits of coincidentally intertwined weatherlore today. The first, it was a fine(ish), if nippy day today, just as last night’s rainbow predicted. Folklore for the win! But the fine(ish), if nippy weather also fed into today’s weatherlore prediction, for it is said, if it remains dry on 16 October, the coming spring shall also be dry. Which is a little unsatisfying as we won’t know if folklore’s won for a while. But at least it’s something to forward to. 

And just in case you were wondering, no, I didn’t shove my head in a sheave


Cooper, Q. and Sullivan, P. (1994) Maypoles, Martyrs & Mayhem: 366 Days of British Myths, Customs & Eccentricities, London, Bloomsbury Publishing Plc

Published by Liza Frank

Author of My Celebrity Boyfriend. Obsessed with hula hooping, sons of preachermen and fresh dates, sometimes all at the same time. Curator of Folklore Agony and The Everyday Lore Project.

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