School: Loughkeeren

Location:
Cnoc an Teampaill, Co. Mhaigh Eo
Teacher:
Anna M. Warde
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  1. The south wind brings most rain. When a light wind blows north frost is to come. But when a strong wind blows snow is to come.
    Sara Hall,
    Loughkeeran
    Ballyvary
    The south wind brings rain. The north wind brings snow
    John McNicolas
    Muckroe,
    Shraheens,
    Balla
    The south west wind brings most rain. When there is a Fairy - breeze flying dust off the road it is a sign of fine weather.
    Teresa Hyland
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
  2. The south west wind brings most rain. When there is a fairy - breeze flying dust off the road it is a sign of fine weather.
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.