Yesterday, I saw a wooly worm hurrying across my yard.
Well, now, I thought, that's unusual.
Wooly worms are supposed to show up in the fall, aren't they? To predict winter?
By the way, that picture above is just to show you the relative size of the wooly worm.
Turns out the wooly worm was right. A winter storm is blowing into the state as I write, bringing more snow. We may not get much here but the weather wizards are predicting up to 10 or more inches up around Flagstaff. That's 80 miles away and about 2,000 feet higher than here.
Oh and one more thing. That "wooly worm" is actually a caterpillar. But I like to call them wooly worms.