Wooly Worm forecast

daydreamer Posted By daydreamer, Sep 27, 2009 at 7:36 PM

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  1. daydreamer

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  2. crausch

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    I have never really believed in that type of forcast so I was surprised to hear that they have a 80% acuracy rating.

    The ines that I have seen this year were thick coated and almost all pure black. Sounds like a cold winter, Bummer...but I have my supply of pellets so bring it on. :lol:
     
  3. Valhalla

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    A cold early fall, followed by a brief warming trend. November and December is much colder.
    Then a mid winter thaw at the end of February, but colder again for a while with spring in the
    air during the longer days. April finally brings some warmth.

    Don't rush it, enjoy it!

    I like squirrel's tails for forecasting.
     
  4. imacman

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    OK Valhalla, tell us all what that enTAILS...... :lol:
     
  5. Valhalla

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    Easy, a thick bushy tail means a severe winter ahead, while a wimpy tail means a mild winter to come.

    Up here their tails are ready for an old fashioned, north country winter.

    Keep warm, enjoy your stove!
     
  6. imacman

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    Your right! The tails of the squirrels that came from the ones in my neighbor's freezer are very bushy!! ;-P
     
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