min. +43°max. +48°
Sunrise 6:40 Sunset 7:58
Folklore weather forecast: April 2 in the Catholic Church is the feast day of St. Francis of Paola, the hermit, and St. Victor of Capua, the Bishop. On this day, the first spring storms and lightning were expected: “On St. Francis’ day many a time there is a lot of thunder and lightning”, and thunder in April is good news because the frost won’t make the leaves fall. Insightful observations of weather can also be seen in another proverb associated with this day: “On St. Francis’ day the fields become green and the storks come back from their winter hideaway”. The weather and harvest were also read from the behavior of storks. If the storks fly high, this is a promise of nice, spring days, and if low – a late and foul spring.