To Build a Fire

How does the author use foreshadowing in To Build a Fire?

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The foreshadowing comes courtesy of nature. Nature tries to give the man clues that it is much too cold outside for a human being to travel alone. The man's spittle freezes before it hits the ground. The man's Husky does not want to proceed. The man begins to lose feeling in his fingers.