Scoil: Cliffoney (B.) (uimhir rolla 13882)

Suíomh:
Cliafuine, Co. Shligigh
Múinteoir:
Patrick Mc Hugh

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Local beliefs, Parish of Ahamlish with regard to the weather.
Whenever the sky is red over Garrison (in Co Fermanagh not very far from Lough Melvin) it is a sign of approaching high winds.
Dernish Island is a little island a short distance from the coast between the village of Cliffony and Grange.
Whenever the sea roars at Dernish it is a sign of storm, but when the sea roars at the mouth of the river which runs into Sligo Bay, a little distance to the west side of Cliffoney, it is a sign of frost.
No matter how good the morning may be, if Benbulbin wears its "white cap" (of mist) the day will be showery.
If the sun goes down red behind Sliabh League mountain on the opposite of the Bay, good weather is sure to come.
A ring around the moon is a sign of storm and rain.

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