Signs of bad weather
If the stars are shining on steady and not blink – it indicates the presence of thin cirrus clouds, which means that soon deteriorating weather.
If the stars are cast in the blink red and bluish light – it indicates the approach of prolonged bad weather.
If the stars are twinkling strongly, and in the morning the sky is covered with clouds – can happen in the afternoon thunderstorm.
If the stars are visible on a clear day is bad, – it points to the approaching storm.
In the summer time. If the Milky Way looks dull – to bad weather.
In the winter time. If the stars shine bright – to frost. Where points of the star seem longer, there will be a breeze. Black circles around stars – to the rain.
Signs of improvement in the weather
If twinkling stars decreases – will soon come good weather.
Signs of preservation of good weather
Weak twinkling stars (especially with a green tint) – a sign of preservation of good weather.
If the Milky Way is full of stars and bright (clearly visible) – to the good weather.