Just The Tip: How Leaves On A Tree Can Tell You If It’s About To Storm

Someone told me this a long time ago, and now I can’t not see it. Sorta like once you see the arrow in the FedEx logo. The leaves of deciduous trees (think: maple trees) often to turn upward before heavy rain as they are reacting to the sudden increase in humidity that usually precedes a storm. With this knowledge, you can probably be slightly more accurate than your local meteorologist.



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