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- The local beliefs conected with the weather are. A mackerel sky denotes a storm and a red sky denotes a fine morrow. When the floors weeps it means rain.
The South wind brings most rain to this district. If a frog enters the house is is said to bring rain. Birds flying low or seagulls flying inland indicates a storm. When a cat lies with its back to the fire cold weather is in store for us.
If the dust on the road whirls about, a storm ai approaching. When the weir is heard at a distance rain is not far off. If beetles are seen in the house it is sure to rain. When the smoke ascends in a(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.