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Weather Prediction

written by: Slava
 
People did not always enjoy the convenience of modern meteorology. Instead, they had to rely on the ability to observe and properly interpret nature's behavior. Take this trivia quiz and get familiar with some old-fashioned methods of weather forecasting.

Question 1:


If the crow has any interruption in her note like hiccup, or a croak with a kind of swallowing, it signifies this event.
Wind and tornado
Rain and haze
Wind and rain
Fog and thunder

Question 2:


A reddish ring around the moon means this.
Rainbow or bright sunshine
Fog or haze
Wind or rain
Rain or snow

Question 3:


Such the weather will be if at dusk the sky is red.
Hot
Dry
Rainy
Snowy

Question 4:


The first frost will come within this many days, after you hear the first cicada.
60
45
50
90

Question 5:


These are often used as weather indicators. Before the weather gets dry, they open up. If it will be wet, they return to their normal shape.
Pea pods
Dandelions
Pine cones
Willow sprigs

Question 6:


This flower opens up in sunny weather. When rain is expected, it closes tightly.
Scarlet Pimpernel
Daisy
Nasturtium
Primrose

Question 7:


If at noon on the 2nd of February you see this animal's shadow, be sure the weather will be cold.
A groundhog
A hedgehog
A weasel
A hog

Question 8:


If the tail of these animals appears thicker, then you could expect a severe winter.
Bears
Marmots
Squirrels
Skunks

Question 9:


If these birds do run for shelter during rain, the weather is going to get worse.
Eagles
Owls
Hens
Pigeons

Question 10:


You should expect this, if fish jump out of the water while the weather is nice.
Rain
Rainbows
Lightning storm
Extreme heat

 


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