Scoil: Glin (C.) (uimhir rolla 3232)

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An Gleann, Co. Luimnigh
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Bean Mhic Cárthaigh

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Weather Lore.


A red sky in the west at sunset betokens fine weather.
A red sky in the east in the morning, betokens rain.
When the red streaks spread across the sky, a storm comes with the rain.

A"cowshine" round the moon is a sign of rain.
When the moon is on her back, bad weather follows.

Clouds low at the west bring rain.
Clouds low at the east, pass away.
Fleecy clouds in summer, betoken rain.
Fleecy clouds edged with black, foretell thunder.

A rainbow in the east causes rain more suddenly, than a rainbow in the west.
A rainbow in the north in summer, causes heavy showers, which fall rather suddenly.

The west wind always brings rain.
The north wind brings snow, and the south wind warm weather.

When a storm is threatened

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