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Farmers Almanac
The 2015 Farmers Almanac
Farmers' Almanac

Category — Weather

What Are Fogbows?

Will you spot one of these “ghost rainbows” in time for Halloween? Read how the conditions have to be just right for this beautiful, natural phenomenon to form!

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What Caused the Historic Flooding in South Carolina?

South Carolina has had heavy rain before, why did it cause such devastation this time? We explain the unique factors that combined to produce this “storm of the millennium.”

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Will Halloween Be Thrilling or Chilling?

Should you wrap up in a mummy costume this year? Or perhaps carry an umbrella? Get our Halloween weather forecast now.

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Where Did The Term “Under The Weather” Come From?

We know what it means, but where did it originate? Find out.

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Top 10 Cloudiest U.S. States

Which ten states are under the clouds most of the year? Are you living in one of them? We have the list!

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Labor Day Weekend 2015 Forecast

Labor Day is considered the unofficial end of the summer season. Find out what we’re predicting for your holiday weekend!

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7 Weather Myths Debunked!

Many U.S. states have reputations and weather monikers that are often undeserved. Which of these have you always thought were true? Read on!

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What Causes The Smell Of Rain?

When it comes to summertime scents, this one is certainly the best. Find out exactly why a good rain makes the air smell so nice!

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