Two years ago I wrote this post on the predictions of wooly worms. In 2018 I have seen mixed results from the wooly worms and, according to the Farmer’s Almanac, here in the midwest we can expect a milder, wetter-than-normal winter. I guess only time and Mother Nature will tell…
Woolly Worms and Wives’ Tales
We found this fast little fellow on our sidewalk and had to share!
I have always heard it said that if the woolly worms in the fall are solid black, it will be a long, cold winter.
Who am I to argue with the wisdom of wives’ tales?
We have spotted quite a few of these solidly colored, fuzzy fellows lately and (along with the Farmer’s Almanac) it has me curious.
Last fall the woolly worms all seemed to have three stripes. They were black, then brown, then black again. This pattern was actually a pretty accurate reflection of the winter. It started out cold and wet, was dry and mild, and then really wet and cold before early spring.
2015 Woolly Worm
The idea of Mother Nature providing us hints as to what is to come (weather wise) has always fascinated me, so I did…
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