Will it be winter again in March? Folk Prophecy “From St. Lucy” No Doubt – Super Express

According to folk beliefs, to find out the weather forecast throughout the year, Save your weather observations from December 13th (ie from St. Lucie) and the following days until Christmas Eve. Based on our observations, we can predict what weather awaits us in a particular month. What is the weather like in St. Łucja – the same in January, on December 14, the same in February, A What will the weather be like on December 15 and what will it be like in March?

My grandparents write their observations like this every year. Now they did the same. It follows from them March 2024 Winter could be back! According to the “St. Lucy to Christmas Eve” pattern, there are still more to come in March snowfall. This means that winter does not want to forget about itself yet, and we will have snow days.


According to popular usage Accuweather, in March still has snow days. Especially in the middle of the month, and frost is expected at night. Will these predictions come true? Most people probably like spring and warmth, so they want the forecast to be completely different. Will winter remind us again in March?

People forecast. What is it about?

The weather forecasting system “St. Lucy to Christmas Eve” is a folk belief that it is enough to learn to predict the weather from December 13th to December 24th for the entire next year. There is a proverb associated with this belief: “Count the twelve days from the day of Lucy to Willia, look at the sun and the stars, and you will predict every month.”

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