The first week of November – the days after All Saints’ Day on November 1 – is traditionally called HOLLANTIDE. According to folklore, if rivers and duck ponds are frozen during Hollantide, they will be ice free at Christmas, and vice versa.
Weather Proverbs, 1883 (via @HaggardHawks)

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