Fun Fact of the Day: Weather vanes throughout history have had North, East, West, and South on them to allow for the determination of wind direction. But not all historical weather vanes had roosters.
Fun Fact of the Day: “Red sky at night, shepherd’s delight; red sky in morning, shepherd’s take warning.”
This quote is actually true. The bright, red, pure colors at night mean that the air is clear to the west and will be good weather in the morning. A red sky in the morning means that good, high pressure weather has already passed meaning low pressure weather (storms) will be coming to the east.