Horse (or Cow) Tails
There's an old saying regarding horses (though it's true for our bovine friends as well): "Tails pointing west, weather's at its best; tails pointing east, weather is least."
Turns out, animals tend to graze with their rear ends pointed toward the wind. A westerly wind usually indicates good weather, while an easterly wind sometimes means bad weather is approaching.
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