Many of us have seen a mix of the black, brown, and tan wooly worms, but this is the first white one I've seen this year.
Popular wooly worm folklore says a mostly black wooly worm indicates a cold, harsh winter. A more tan/brown one predicts a mild winter. But, what about white!
The white wooly worm is said to bring a snowy winter.
So what colors have you seen? Send us your reports and pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org