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REMARKS ON THE ST. MARTIN, ISLE JESUS, METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER

FOR OCTOBER, 1859.

Highest, the 12th day

30.160 Barometer Lowest, the 27th day

29.251 Monthly Mean

29.779 Monthly Range

0.909 Highest, the 5th day.

8301 Thermometer ... Lowest, the 25th day

1994 Monthly Mean Monthly Range

6307 Greatest Intensity of the Sun's Rays..

10598 Lowest point of Terrestrial Radiation

1402 Mean of Humidity

.754 Amount of evaporation

1.27 Rain fell on 6 days, amounting to 1.629 inches; it was raining 20 hours and 15 minutes, and

was accompanied by thunder on 1 day.
Snow fell on 3 days, amountiug to 2.30 inches; it was snowing 24 hours.
First snow of the season fell on the 20th day.
Most prevalent wind, the W. N. W.
Least prevalent wind, E.
Most windy day, the 19th day; mean miles por hour, 21.81.
Least windy day, the 17th day; mean miles per hour, 0.29.
Aurora Borealis visible on 4 nights.
Lunar Haloes visible on 2 nights.
The electrical state of the atmosphere has indicated high andjconstaut tension.
Ozone was present in moderate quantity.

REMARKS ON THE ST. MARTIN, ISLE JESUS, METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER

FOR NOVEMBER, 1859.
Highest, the 7th day

30.439 Barometer Lowest, the 13th day

29.180 Monthly Mean

29.940 Monthly Range...

1.239 Highest, the 18th day

57°6 Thermometer ... Lowest, the 25th day

406 Monthly Mean

29°38 Monthly Range

4300 Greatest intensity of the Sun's rays

96 07 Lowest point of terrestrial radiation

5°1 Mean of Humidity......

.819 Rain fell on 10 days, amounting to 7.936 inches; it was raining 76 hours 55 minutes. Snow fell on 12 days, amounting to 17.83 inches ; it was snowing 76 hours 20 miuutes. Most prevalent wind, N. E. by E. Least prevalent wind, E. Most windy day, the 3rd day; mean miles per hour, 23.06. Least windy day, the 27th day ; mean miles per hour. 1.72. Aurora Borealis visible on - nights. Snow Birds (" Phlectorphanes nivalis,") first seen on 3rd day. Lunar Halo visible on 1 night. The Electrical state of the atmosphere has indicated moderate intensity. Ozone was present in large quantities.

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