The old-timers claimed that fog is always followed by a moisture event — rain or snow — in 90 days. Which means we should be getting moisture approximately February 15.
This and other old-fashioned hypothesis on the behavior of the weather intrigue me. Unfortunately I don’t seem to have the attention span to draw any actual conclusions. For years I’ve gotten as far as noting foggy days on the calendar, but by the time 90 days have passed I always forget to tally the results.
Help me remember this time, would you?