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- When the sun set's big and red, it is the sign of fine weather. In Summer when the north-wind is blowing it is the sign of fine weather. In Winter it is the sign of snow.
The south-(wind) west wind brings the most rain to Ireland. Dogs eating grass is a sign of rain. Another sign is smoke coming down.
Sound can be heard plainly in fine weather. Far distant hills can be seen plainly.
A sign that Winter is coming is to see the wild-geese flying in showers.
When there are strokes coming down from the sun it is a sign of rain. Another sign is to see the swallows flying low.(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.