Scoil: Beann Gulban (uimhir rolla 3301)

Suíomh:
Coillte Céir, Co. Shligigh
Múinteoir:
Áine, Bean Mhic Giolla Mhártain

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Weather-Lore

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Ar an leathanach seo

If black snails are seen on the grass in the morning, it is a sign of rain.
If midges are high in the sky in the evening the next day will be good; but if they are low in the sky the next day will be bad.
If you see crickets going out from the fireside it is a sign of good weather; but if you see them coming in it is a sign of bad weather.
If crows fly together in flocks it is a sign of storm.
If flies are creeping on the road in the evening it is a sign of good weather.
If cock-roaches creep on the floor at night it is a sign of good weather.
If the bees gather their honey early in the year it is a sign of a bad summer.
If hte midges come out in swarms from under the turf it is a sign of rain.
If clags come out early

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