With talk of climate change, global warming, and unusual weather events, some may wonder if there is a way that we can predict weather from home to be better prepared.
The answer is yes. Whether you use weather prediction folklore like woolly bear caterpillars, pig spleens, shark liver oil, or more modern methods is up to you, but you want to make sure that what you chose really does predict the weather.
You may be surprised to find that some of the things you don't expect to predict weather do, and others that sound like they do, don't.
On this page we'll take a look at some conventional and unconventional ways to predict weather from home, as well as some fun weather predicting folklore, some of which actually works.