Scoil: Caitrín Naomhtha, Eachdhruim (uimhir rolla 14423)

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Eachroim, Co. na Gaillimhe
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Pádraig Ó Ceocháin

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Weather-Lore

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People say that it is the sign of rain when the cat sits with his back to the fire, and also when the dog eats grass.

Another sign also is, when the curlews begin to scream, and when the soot begins to fall.
When the wild geese fly to the south, you will have frost and snow.
It is a sign of rain when your corns begin to ache (you).
When a blue blaze is seen in the fire, you are going to have a big fall of rain, and if the salt begins to melt, that is another sign.
If the swallows fly low, it is a sign of rain, and if the sheep are seen lying down late in the morning, it is a sign of rain.
If the seagulls are seen flying inland it is a sign of rain, and when the horse is seen with his back to the wind, it is also a sign of rain.
When the hills that are far away seem to be near, it is a sign of rain, and when the timber is head cracking, it is also a sign of rain.
If you hear the train very plainly at a long distance, it is a sign of frost.
Some people say that it is the sign of a storm when the cat scrapes wood.

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