Scoil: Beann Gulban (uimhir rolla 3301)

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

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Beann Gulban | Bailiúchán na Scol

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Ar an leathanach seo

If the houses can be seen plainly on Innismurray; it is a sign of bad weather to follow.


If the sun is pale when setting and goes down into a bank of clouds on the horizon bad weather may be expected.

Glittering and shooting stars fortell frost.

A ring round the moon fortells rain.

In broken weather a weather-pall to the West is a change for the better, a weather-pall to the East more storm will follow.

If the sun rises red over Garrison to the East; wind is near at hand.

A red sun at setting is considered a good sign.

If the wave breaks over Mullaghmore Point in good weather, a storm is approaching. (In north Sligo jutting out into Donegal Bay)

On a calm evening; if you hear a rustling sound or a kind of murmuring in the leaves of the trees; wind will follow.

(leanann ar an chéad leathanach eile)
Bailitheoir
Kathleen Lockhart
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Seoladh
Coill Chadaí, Co. Shligigh
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