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II. METEOROLOGICAL TABLES FOR SACO, Me.

Lat. 43° 31' N., Long. 70° 26' W.

By John M. Batchelder.

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July, Aug Sept. (): t. lov. Dec.

1844. Jan. Feb. Mar. April, May, June, Mean,

30.00329.989 29.999 29.997 52.07 62.07 64.03 59.39 6.45 20.94 14.32 13.90 30.032 30.10630.129 30.090 54.59 63.86 64.69 61.05 13.56 30.41 21.55 21.04 30.065 30.061 30.09530.074 57.29 62.61 64 23 61.38 26.61 38.18 30.42 31.07 30.223 29.866 30.212 30.100 61.03 64.27 64.80 63.37 40.40 57.10 44.50 45.65 29.999 29.976/29.990 29.998 58.19 60.29 61.87 60.12 51.94 65.32 52.32 54.65 30.025 30.020 30.026 30.024 64.23 68.00 66.93 66.39 62.40 71.90 62.23 63.40 30.055)30.025 30.06S 30.049 59.86 65.42 65.56 63.61 40.79 51.90| 43.99| 44.97

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Maximum heat, September 4, 9843, +98 } Range, 108”.

Minimum heat, January 28, 1844,

The vapor from the falls of Saco river (which are near the place of observation ) causes an average increase of temperature, in very cold weather, of about six degrees. On the morning of Jan 28, the thermometer, at the distance of half a mile from the falls, was -28°.

Number of falls of snow, 24; aggregate depth of snow, 7 feet.
River closed by ice, December 1st; river opened, March 28.

III. METEOROLOGICAL TABLES FOR DOVER, N. H.

Lat. 43° 13' N., Long. 70° 54'W.
For the Years 1833–1843; by Asa A. Tufts.

1. TABLE FOR TEN YEARS. — Part. I.

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TABLE FOR TEN YEARS. - Part II.

Thermometer.

Weather.

May, June, July, and
August.

1833, 1834, 1835, 1836, 1837, 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842,

-12° Jan. 19, 95° July 22, 107 45.1 99 257 40
-14 Feb. 8, 98 July 26, 112 45.2 59% 255 55
-28 Jan. 4, 99-5 July 25, 127 43.8 52 262 62
-17 Feb. 4, 98 July 9,115 42.8 89 237 72

-18 Jan. 4,95 July 1,113 43.345 251 52
-12 Feb. 27,101 July 5,113 45.3 72 262 45
-14 Jan. 24, 95 July 20, 109 46.8 43 245 56

-14 Jan. 17, 103 July 17,117 46.7 82 249 59
-16 Jan. 5, 98 July 21, 114 46.8 92 252 44

8 Jan. 6, 97 July 2, 10547. 52% 256 37

68 63. 55 63.5 41 63.2 57 61.4 62 61.3 58 65.7 64 63.4 58 66.5 69 65.3 72 64.4

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al Day of Month.

Greatest Heat.
Day of Month.
Range.
Sunrise.

1 P. M.

10 P. M.

For the Mo.

Jan'y, 13 21 27 1 2 1 6 56 21 61 20.5 35.2 25.3 27.

Feb. 9 4 19 1 5 3 1! 9 57 3 53 27.3 38.5 30.9 32.2
March, 12 4 17 6 3 5 12 12 66 4 5133. 47. 35.5 39.5
April,

1 22 20 19 18 187 22 69 39.9 53.9 42.1 45.3
May,
728 24

32 21 79 1 47 44.3 65. 48.8 52.7 11 26 18 3

43 392 17 49 55.2 74.4 59.6 63.4 July, 31 2 27 2

50 22 97 2 47 65.6 56.3 68.3 73.4 Aug. 1 19 17

48 30 91 19 43 61.2 80.3 6.1 6.2 Sept. 23 3 21

3021 93 363 49.8 69.4 33.7 57.3 Oct. 309 27

21 29 73 9 49 38.1 59.1 43.2 46.8 Nov. 201 6 19 6 2 3 13 30 70 657 30.2 44.1 32.2 35.5 Dec. 24 5 20 6 1 4 -- 524 505 55 17.4 30.0 22.8 23.4 Year, 256 37 56 16 - 8 97 105

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June,

The coldest day in the year was January 13th; mean of three observations, 2° above 0.

The warmest day in the year was July 2d; mean of three observations, 81%° above 0.

The lowest temperature was 8° below 0. January 6th.
The highest temperature was 97° above 0. July 2d.
Range of the year, 105°.

IV. METEOROLOGICAL TABLE FOR MENDON, Mass. Lat. 42° 06' 23" N., Long. 71° 33' 35" W. from Greenwich.

By John Geo. Metcalf, M. D. For the Year 1842.

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Sunset.

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Greatest Cold.
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13 21 20 11 2 February,

9 4 16 10 March,

12 4 17 14 3 2 April,

1 22 18 12 3 1 May,

20 11 20 11 June,

819 18 12 7 July, 25 30 23

6 August,

127 13 18 15 5 September, 23 12 23 7 9 October, 31 9 25 6 4 November, 29 6 18 12 4 4 December, 24 5/14 171 6 101

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V. METEOROLOGICAL TABLE FOR WORCESTER, Mass.

Lat. 42° 15' 49" N.; elevation 483 feet; for the Year 1843.

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28.49 28.40 28.36 28.80 29.05 29.00 29.19 29.21 29.18 28.92 29.92 28.68 Mean,

29.30 29.15 29.07 29.25 29.41 29.36 29.50 29.52 29.52 29.31 29.40 29.42
Thermometer.
Mean, sunrise, 27.67 15° 21.1039:37 47.2956:S35797463:29 55:50 43° 30.80 21:55
Mean, 2 P.M, 36.67 23.50 31.38 50.7664.41 70.23 76.96 71.77 69.83 55 40.3034
Mean, sunset, 34.48 22.35 28.29 47.56 58.06 63.30 72 72.35 65.66 52.62 38 31
Monthly Mean, 24.50 17 27 44.50 60 62 170 70 61.50 51 41.50 25
Fair days,

19 20 23 19 26 21 26 20 21 18 19 14 246 Cloudy days,

12 8 8 11 5 9 5 11 9 13 11 17 119 Rain fell, 4 2 1 10

10 13 6 10

3 89 Snow fell, 4 10 10 5

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9 45 Halos of Moon, 0 2

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0 0 0 0 0 0 23 91 Days of N. wind, 8 5 1 3 6 1 0 0

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VI. METEOROLOGICAL TABLES FOR AMHERST, Mass.

Lat. 42° 22' 13", Long. 72° 31' 36.

1. TABLE OF THE WEATHER FOR 1843. om the Meteorological Journal of Amherst College, kept by Professor Snell.

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29.82 29.67 29.67 29.76 29.76 29.75 29.78 29.85 29.87 29.69 29.84 29.82 29.77 Attached Ther. 53.4 46.8 523 522 57.6 65.8 68.6 69.7 61.0 49.7 65.6 53.4 588

Ex. Ther. mean. 29.73 16.48 24.52 44.63 55.95 65.28 68.76 69.81 61.70 44.99 33.98 27.97 45.32 Highest temp. 50 37 42 70 82 86 91 84 97

57 40 91 Lowest temp. -8-15 7 15 35 34 47 53 30 28 17

2-15 Range,

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47 52 44 31 57 41 40 38 106 Clirness of sky, 3.8 4.1 4.8 3.4 4.2 4.9 5.4 3.5 4.9 4.3 4.4 3.6 4.29 Inches of rain,

1.99 3.49 5.73 4.82 2.09 5.18 2.63 9.38 1.57 9.45 3.07 2.28 51.59 do. of snow 0.5 26. 7.

2. 3. 18. 78.5 (inc. in above.) Dir. of w.N.E.

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VIL METEOROLOGICAL TABLE FOR TRENTON, N. J.

For the Year 1843; by Dr. F. A. Ewing.
Observations at Sunrise, 2 P. M., and 10 P. M.

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The hottest day of the year was July 2d, the mean of that day being 850. There were 70 days, the mean temperature of which was 70°, or above. The coldest day was February 15th, its mean being 150.33. There were 50 days, the mean temperature of which was 32°, or below. Only 15 of the rains were accompanied with lightning and thunder.

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