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MONTHLY METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER, AT THE PROVINCIAL MAGNETICAL OBSERVATORY, TORONTO, CANADA WEST,-JANUARY, 1860.

Latitude-43 deg. 39.4 min. North. Longitude-5 h. 17 m. 33 8. W'est. Elevation above Lakc Ontario, 108 feet,

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REMARKS ON TORONTO METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER FOR JANUARY, 1860. Highest Barometer i

30.142 at 8 a.m.on 2nd, Monthly range= The mean Temperature for the month of January, 1860, differed but little from the Lowest Barometer • 29.155 at 2 p. m. on 15th, $ 0.987 inches.

average of 21 years. The Rain and Snow, were both less than the average; the Maximum temperature

46°4 on p.m. of 24th Monthly range= former, by 0.703-the latter, by 4.54 inches. The velocity of the Wind, was 1.62 Minimum temperature -6°8 on a.m. of 5th 5302

miles per hour above the average of 13 years. The month was therefore dry, and
Mean maximum temperature 29983)

Mean daily range = 12°25. windy, and was characterized by some very rapid changes of temperature.
Mean minimum temperature 17058
Greatest daily range.

30°5 from a, m, to p.m. on 29th.
Least daily range.
3.5 from a. m. to p.m. on 26th.

COMPARATIVE TABLE FOR JANUARY.
Warmest day

49035 Difference=39°13.
Maximum Solar
62°4 on p.m. of 21st Monthly range=

TEMPERATURE.

RAIN. SNOW.

WIND.
Radiation Terrestrial

--17.5 on a.m. of 5th 7909.
Aurora observed on 5 nights, viz.: 11th, 20th, 21st, 27th, and 28th; possible to see

Resultant Mean
Aurora on 16 nights; impossible on 15 nights.

Mean.
Snowing on 16 days; depth 8.7 inches: duration of fall 50.5 hours.

Direc- Velo Velocity
Raining on 6 days; depth, 0.740 inches; duration of fall, 24.2 hours.

tion.city.
Mean of cloudiness=0.71; most cloudy hour observed, 8 a, m., mean=0.86: least
cloudy hour observed, midnight, mean=0.47.

1810 17.0 - 6.7

40.6

-13.8 54.4 4 1.395 11 Sums of the components of the Atmospheric Current, expressed in Miles.

1841 25.6 + 1.9 41.7 4.1 45.8 2 2.150 14

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North.
South

West.
1842 27.9 + 4.2 45.8 1.3 44.5

2.170 9

0.78 1949.15 1818.88

382.98
4887.57
1843 28.7 + 5.0 54.4 1.5 52.9 6 4.295/ 12

0.69"
Resultant direction, N 89° W; Resultant Velocity, 6.09 miles per hour.

1844 20.2 - 3.5 44.6 7.7 52.3 7 3.005) 11

24.9
Mean velocity of the wind 9.37 miles per hour.

1845 26.5 + 2.8 43.0 3.4 46.4 5

22.7
Maximum velocity 33.5 miles per hour, from 1 to 2 a.m., on 31st,

1846

+ 3.0 41.2 0.3 40.9 5 2.335 10 6.0 Most windy day

1847 23.3 - 0.4

42.6 2.2 44.8 7 2.1351 7.5 Least windy day 26th-Mean velocity, 1.51 do

1848

28.7 + 5.0 51.5 -12.0 63.5 7 2.245) 7.1 N 82 w 2.03 3.82ms. Most windy hour, 1 to 2 p. m.-Mean velocity, 12.11

3 Difference 1849 18.5

40.1 15.2 55.3 1.175/ 10 9.2 N 63 w 3.06 6.71 “ Least windy hour, 7 to 8 a. m.-Mean velocity, 7.33

3 4.78 miles. 1850 29.7 + 6.0 46.3 10.6 35.7

1.2501 8 5.2 N 37 w 0.69 5.80
1851 25.5 + 1.8 43.2 -12.8 56.0

1.275/ 10 7.8 s 77 w 3.26 7.69"
2nd. Imperfect Lunar Halo, from 9.30 p. m.-6th. Perfect Lunar Halo, from 11.30 1852 18.4 - 5.3 37.3 7.0 44.3 0.0001 19 30.9 N 68 W 3.14 7.67 "
p. m.-9th. Lunar Halo at 9 p. m.-12th. Lunar Halo at midnight.–14th. Dense Fog 1853 23.0 -0.7 40.9 6.6 47.5 1 0.2901 7.5 N 27 w 2.52 6.34 "
from 6 to 8 a. m.—29th. Lunar Halo during the evening.-30th. Stormy, but very 1854 23.6 - 0.1 45.2

4.3 49.5 7 1.270 11 7.5 N 77 W 2.441 6.91 "
mild day.-31st. Well defined Lunar Halo, from 6.40 to 7.50 p, m.

1855

25.9 + 2.2 48.2 4.7 52.9 0.5251 13 23.3 N 73 W 1.91 7.26 “ 1856 16.0 - 7.7 33.1

12.1 45.2

0.000] 14 13.6 N 75 W 5.24 10.69 " Great change of temperature from 30th to 31st. Mean temperature, 30th, = 28035 1857

12.8

-10.9 34.6 -20.154.7 3 inapp. 16 21.8 x 70 w 4.96 10.31" Mean temperature, 31st, = 2035. Difference, 26°00. Maximum on 30th at 4 p. m.,

1858 30.0 + 6.3 45.8 7.5 38.3 6 1.152] 11 4.0 s 81 w 2.33 7.40 “ 34°0. Minimum on 31st, at midnight, -5°1. Range in 32 hours = 39°1.

1859 26.4 + 2.7 41.5

-26.5 68.0 6 1.449 19 16.4 N 71 W 3.17 8.76“

1860 23.4 -0.3 45.4 5.1 50.5 6 0.740 16 8.71 N 89 w 6.09 9.37 “ The Resultant Direction and Velocity of the Wind for the month of January, from 1848 to 1860 inclusive, were respectively N.76° W., and 2.99 miles.

Mean' 23.70 43.191--6.501 49.69 4.51 1.443/11.5 13.241

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MONTHLY METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER, ST. MARTIN, ISLE JESUS, CANADA EAST-DECEMBER, 1869.

(NINE MILES WEST OF MONTREAL,)

BY CHARLES SMALLWOOD, M.D., LL.D.
Latitude-45 deg. 32 min. North. Longitude-73 deg. 36 min. West. Height above the Level of the Sea-118 feet.
Barom. corrected Temp. of the Tension of Humidity

WEATHER, &c.
Velocity in miles

Direction of Wind.
and reduced :o 32
Air.

A Cloudy sky is represented by 10;
Vapour. of Air.

per hour.

A cloudless sky by 0. 6! 2

10 6 A.M.2 P. M. 10P.M. 6 A.M 2 P.M. 10P.M.

6 A. M, 2 P. M. 10 P.M6 A.M. 2 P.M. P. M.

6 A.M.

2 P. M.
A.M. P.M.P.M.

10 P. M.
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Cu, Str. 10. Rain.

Cu. Str.
2 30.111 30.062 30.09 22.3 17.6 9.0 084 072 051 71 75 77 Nb NbE

Ebs 16.27 4.30

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Clear.
Clear.

C. Cu. Str. 10.
4 575 356 361 5.0 15.4 10.1 0:32 080 054 83 91 78 N EWENEENEDE 15.17 12.43 28.30

3.50
Snow.
Snow

Snow. 5 323 220 252 11.0 23.7 24.2 002 117 12390 95 NEDENE DENNE 11.93 8.12 4.02

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10. Gentle Rain. Rain, 7 29.605 616 980 35.0 32.6 27.4 197 176, 129, 95 93 ss SSW SW wbs 14.42 4.41 14.70

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2 60 Snow.

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13: 11.0 19.7 14.3 062 081 072 89 77 88 SW Sbw SW 26.90 7.30 4.60

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Clear

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22: 18.1 23.8 16.1 084 300 075 80 80 83

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Do.
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C.C. St. 10. Snow.

Snow.
19 712 701 692 21.1
28.4 32.9 096 129 16: 85 83 89 NEVE 8W

17.20 0.85 1.83

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2.96 Snow.

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MONTHLY METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER, ST. MARTIN, ISLE JESUS, CANADA EAST-JANUARY, 1860.

(NINE MILES WEST OF MONTREAL.)

BY CHARLES SMALLWOOD, M. D., LL.D.
Latitude-45 deg. 32 min. North. Longitude-73 deg. 36 min. West. Height abovo the Level of the Sea-118 feet.
Barom. corrected Ten p. of the Tension of Humidity

WEATIER, &c.
and reduced to 320

Vapor
Direction of Wind.

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Air.
of Air.

Movement
in Miles
Mean

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in

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6 A.M.2 P. M. 10P.M.

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6 A.M.2 P.M. 10 P.M.
24 hours.

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

FOR DECEMBER, 1859.
Highest, the 3rd day

30.726 Barometer Lowest, the 20th day

29.410 Monthly Mean

29.971 Monthly Range..

1.316 Highest, the 1st day

4201 Thermometer Lowest, the 29t): day

-3206 Monthly Mean

8093 Monthly Range

7407 Greatest intensity of the Sun's rays

3900 Lowest point of terrestrial radiation

- 36°6 Mean of Humidity....

.808 Rain Pell on 3 days, amounting to 1.480 inches; it was raining 26 hours 20 minutes. Snow fell on 14 days, amounting to 23.87 inches; it was showing 150 hours 30 miuutes. Most prevalent wind, N. E. by E. Least prevalent wind, S. Most windy day, the 4th day; mean miles per hour, 15.30. Least windy day, the 28th day ; mcau miles per hour. 0.14. Aurora Borealis visible on 3 nights. Lunar Halo visible on 1 night. Zodiacal Light visible on I night. Ozone was present in large quantities. The Electrical state of the atmosphere has indicated high tension.

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

FOR JANUARY, 1860.
Highest, the 13th day

30.455 Barometer Lowest, the 21st day

29.314 Monthly Mean

29.861 Monthly Range

1.141 Highest, the 16th day.

46°4 Thermometer ... Lowest, the 3rd day

-2594 Monthly Mean

13015 Monthly Range

7193 Greatest Intensity of the Sun's Rays...

66°4 Lowest point of Terrestrial Radiation

-27°1 Meau of Humidity

.786 Raiu fell on 5 days, amounting to 0.474 inches; it was raining 24 hours and 40 minutes. Snow fell on 14 days, amountiug to 11.90 inches; it was snowing 74 hours and 40 minutes. Most prevalent wind, the W. by S. Least prevalent wind, E. Most windy day, the 25th day; mean miles per hour, 24.88. Least windy day, the 1st day; mean miles per hour, 0.21. Aurora Borealis visible on I night. Lunar Halo visible on 1 night, Solar Halo visible on 1 day. The electrical state of the atmosphere has indicated moderate intensity,

MEAN RESULTS OF METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS AT

HAMILTON, C.W., FOR THE YEAR 1859.

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