January 28th.  The Wind N. E. blowing very moderate, Sun shiny clear & fair and freezing all day & all the Snow still upon the ground.
29th.  The Wind N. E. blowing very moderate, Sunshiny & serene - yet thawing none of the Snow, but freezing still harder & harder.
30th.  The Wind N. E. calm, sun shiny & serene & freezing hard all the day, but begun to thaw a little in the night·
3ist.  The Wind S. & by E· blowing very moderate & thawing gently all this day, tho little of the Snow as yet is melted: Pd. 2d. for an Irish Almanack·
February ist.  The Wind S. calm, cloudy & dark in the morning & thawing very fast, Some sun shine in the Evening, but very cold & raw. yet the Snow was almost all melted by Night: bought of Rhys Bentir - a quarter of Mutton for is. 3d.
2d.  The Wind E. & by N. blowing high, stormy and very cold, attended with frequent showers of hail all the morning: the Evening was dry,but blew exceeding high and stormy all the night: gave 2s. 6d. to a Raffle to Richard Roberts of Cerrig Mân that had suffered great losses by his Cattle dyeing·
3d.  The Wind N. blowing fresh and very cold all day; Some Sun Shine & continued dry all day : The Priestpreached a piece of a Sermon on Prov: chap: 22d. verse 9th.
4th.  The Wind Variable often this day, but fix'd at last at S. calm, and - something cloudy & overcast, but continued dry all this day.
5th.  The Wind S. W. calm dark and overcast all this day, but continued dry, but cold & very raw weather·
6th.  The Wind W. & by N. very calm, dark & cloudy weather all day; and about 8 at night it begun to snow, which by i0 had covered all the - ground; paid is. 4d. for a pair of hedging Gloves.
7th.  ❍ 1 [this is written vertically below '7th.' sw] The Wind W. & by N. very calm, dark, cloudy and overcast, &bringing down some snow frequently in the morning; a very great quantity - must have fallen last night , for this morning it was 6 or 7 inches deep on the level plain:
8th.  The Wind S.E. blowing moderate, and generally Sun Shiny, but freezing hard all day, especially towards night & in the night when it blew veryhigh. & all the snow that fell the night before not melted.

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