Past Calendars Dec 4, 2016 16:04:11 GMT -5
Post by Hellion on Dec 4, 2016 16:04:11 GMT -5
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Day 1: The last dregs of greenleaf envelopes the valley in a wave of dry heat, turning the valley brown and brittle.
Day 2: The sun shines brightly and the occasional fluffy white cloud floats through the sky.
Day 3: The suffocating heat of green leaf begins to subside, leaving the air crisp and cool, perfect for hunting.
Day 4: A choppy breeze flurries fallen leaves and tumbleweeds across the terrain, making hunting difficult.
Day 5: The days are getting shorter, and nights cooler. Warriors are waking up earlier and earlier to hunt.
Day 6: A cool autumn rain refreshes the valley, but be wary of catching colds. Dens should be properly insulated.
Day 7: Cold air creeps in over the valley, breaking the grip of greenleaf. Leaf-fall is here.
Day 8: A short rainfall has knocked fresh leaves from the branches, and any patch of ground not covered by wet leaves is muddy.
Day 9: The valley is still wet from the rain. Be careful not to slip on leaves, mud or soggy grass.
Day 10: The colors are beginning to change, casting the valley in vibrant hues of red and orange beneath clear skies and calm winds.
Day 11: Brittle colorful leaves have begun falling to the ground, forming piles which give way with a satisfying crunch.
Day 12: A cloudless day and night, cats find odd round orange things and find them very useful scratching posts.
Day 13: As the chill deepens and the leaves fall , so do many of the trees' fruits and nuts, and prey become more active in preparation of hibernation.
Day 14: Dark clouds cover the sky and rumbles of thunder echo through the valley as a storm rolls in and strong winds shake the trees.
Day 15: Though the sun shines warmly, the sky looks a little gray. Pelts are beginning to thicken on prey and predator alike.
Day 16: Sunny days have grown gray with a near constant cloud-cover as a cold wind blows in from the mountains, sending cats and prey alike to the warmth of their dens.
Day 17: A stiff wind slices through coats both thick and thin.
Day 18: An early frost hits the valley, endangering the herbs which medicine cats rely most heavily on.
Day 19: As the last leaves fall from the trees, dark clouds loom over the valley.
Day 20: Winds gust through the valley, precluding a coming storm. Beware falling branches.
Day 21: Cool morning air meets warmth from the ground, and a heavy mist shrouds the valley.
Day 22: Especially thick over RainClan's rivers and streams, the fog blankets the valley, and many cats are hesitant to venture too far away from camp lest they find themselves lost.
Day 23: A cool breeze finally blows in, chasing away the fog of the past few days.
Day 24: The sun shines brightly again, providing a brief respite from the chill of the season.
Day 25: The air cools down again, chilling those without thick coats.
Day 26: A light dusting of frost covers the ground, nearly all the herbs are killed off
Day 27: Terrible dark clouds fill the sky, the sun can't peak through them.
Day 28: The clouds are followed by strong winds, trees bend and break in the weather
Day 29: A break from the storm comes in the shape of a clear sky, but no warmth despite the bright sun.
Day 30: A freezing cold night reminds everyone of what is to come.
Day 31: Frost cover the ground all over the valley, clouds can be seen in the sky leafbare snow is coming.