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There's a big circle around the moon does that mean anything?

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Yes... ice crystals in the atmosphere....

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We're all gonna die

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i don't see it. but it must be something like the fog or something like that. i seen the moon like that couple times. but yeah nothing to worry about.

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Just the alien's force field.

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Really?
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You have to talk to them about it.
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Lol
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Ok
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it means that moisture is in the air

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Its simply how its created

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Moisture or ice crystals in the atmosphere

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According to what farmers have said down through the years, that means it will rain the next day. Supposedly, it there is a star in the ring, it will be the "day after tomorrow".

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Ok thank you
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You're welcome. Of course, it's not always right. But it's right A LOT of the time.
Take that coming from a country girl. ;-)
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Alright :?)
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Don't know what that means, but just saying what the farmers used to say it meant..I'm just saying it may not be 100% correct, but it's correct a lot of the times,
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Possible of snow

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Many think it is a sign of rain.There's an old weather saying: ring around the moon means rain soon. There's truth to this saying, because high cirrus clouds often come before a storm. These circles, aka "halos" are a sign of high thin cirrus clouds drifting 20,000 feet or more above our heads.These clouds contain millions of tiny ice crystals. The halos you see are caused by both refraction, or splitting of light, and also by reflection, or glints of light from these ice crystals. The crystals have to be oriented and positioned just so with respect to your eye, in order for the halo to appear.

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Aww. Youve seen the famous cupids halo. Its when the weather is making a big change (around where I live it happens during winter for about a week)

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Oo okay then yeah it started getting really cold now that's probably why thank you
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