Not all folk beliefs are consistent.
People are people, and come up with a variety of beliefs that are the same in some ways, and differ in others.
Take for example rain.
Some believe that if it rains on Christmas day, it will rain on and off the following year. There will be no true "dry season" or fañomnagan.
But others say this :
Yanggen uchan gi Åño Nuebo, siempre u templao entero i sakkan.
If it rains on New Year's Day, the whole year will be temperate.
Templao means that the year will be evenly regulated, with no extremes. There will be rain and shine evenly distributed all times of the year.