School: Creewood (roll number 5331)

Location:
Creewood, Co. Meath
Teacher:
Brighid, Bean Uí Chearnacháin

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Weather-Lore

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0715, Page 245

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A fog in the hollow is a fine day to-morrow and a fog ion the hill brings water to the mill. If we can look at the sun without a glare affecting our eyes it is a sign of thunder.
It is a sign of rain when the sun is clouded.
When the wind is coming from the south west it is a sign of rain and when it is coming from the north east it is a sign of dry weather.

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Collector
Mary Sheehy
Gender
female
Address
Creewood, Co. Meath
Informant
Mary Sheehy
Gender
female
Address
Creewood, Co. Meath
Language
English