"That wind would cut corn"A rural saying meaning that the wind is so cold and biting that it's almost sharp enough, like a knife or scythe, to cut through corn."That wind would cut corn"A rural saying meaning that the wind is so cold and biting that it's almost sharp enough, like a knife or scythe, to cut through corn.
"That wind would cut corn"A rural saying meaning that the wind is so cold and biting that it's almost sharp enough, like a knife or scythe, to cut through corn.

Northern Ireland weather watching: 10 strange sayings we love to say about the weather

It seems that on many days recently we have had four seasons in one day so it’s hard to believe that June is just around the corner.

Looking at our recent video from a stormy Portrush, the old weather warning sprung to mind: Don’t cast a clout ‘til May is out!

But what does it actually mean? This got us thinking...what other strange weather sayings do we have?

Let’s be honest, talking about the weather is one of our favourite topics of conversation!

Here’s a few of our sayings to think about…

Let’s be honest, talking about the weather is one of our favourite topics of conversation!