Réamhfháisnéas na haimsire – The Weather Forecast

In Third Class this week we began studying the Weather. Here are some extracts from weather reports from written by children in Third:

‘There are going to be waves in the sea, don’t even think about boating. People are boarding up their windows, don’t go outside’. W.S.

‘In the North it will be weather for the ducks! D.S.

‘The sun in Leinster and Ulster will be really hot so wear your sun hats and stay in the shade!’ L.T.


‘I am going to talk about Friday’s weather. I hope you are not in Derry or Donegal as it is going to rain. If you are, then take your umbrella’. E.B.

‘Fáilte romhaibh go leir. This is the RTE News. In the West of Ireland expect some showers, so grab your soap and Mr Bubbles because it will be raining pretty hard! L.F.

‘Now in the East there is a red warning, a thunderstorm. You are advised to stay inside and school is off for the day. The thunder will first hit Louth, Meath, Dublin and Kildare from about 9:15-3:45 and then will slowly move down to Carlow, Wicklow and Wexford from 3:45 on’. E.H.

‘Fáilte romhaibh go léir. An Aoine atá ann. An geimhreadh atá ann. Beidh sé fluich i nDún na nGall. Idir an dá linn beidh sé fluich i nGaillimh freisin. Beidh sé scamallach i gCarraí.  Beidh sé grianmhar i mBaile Átha Cliath. Slán. M.P. O.B. S. K.