"When windows won't open, and the salt clogs the shaker, The weather will favour the umbrella maker!"
There is also some truth in this. Moisture in the air causes wood to swell, making doors and windows hard to open. Salt is also a very effective absorber of moisture so it clumps together with it and won't leave the shaker.
With a high level of moisture in the air, the likelihood of precipitation is increased, and there's a good chance it will indeed rain.
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