GroundFog Day
by Basil Dragonstrike

Today is GroundFog day, the day we look for low-lying condensation, mists near the surface, and - - - well, ground fog.

If ground fog is seen today, there will be 40 days of intermittent rain, heavy at times, and possibly snow and sleet and all that kind of wretched wetness.

Contrarily, if no ground fog is seen, for two score days the rain, which may become heavy, will come and go; further, there is a chance of frozen precipitation.

Hey, they call it the Pacific NorthWET for a reason!