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TO-DAY'S WEATHER REPORT.

ALL OBSERVATIONS are tafcen at 9 a.m.

WEATHEE ESTIMATED AS: 8., Blue sky, be Uie atmosphere clear or heavy; C, Clouds, passing cloufis; D., Drizzling rain; F., Foggy; G., Gloomy, dark weather; H-, Hall; L-, Lightning; M., Misty; 0., Orerenst, the whole sky covered with thick cloude; P., Passing ehowers; Q., Squally; R-, Rain, continued lain; T., Thunder; S_ Snow; U-, Vzly. threatening appearance. WIND FORCE INDICATED Bl" LETTERS: C, Calm; L., Light; Br., BreezeF.LS., ITiesh brerac-; M.G.. Moderate gale; G. Whole or heavy gale; W., Gale of exceptional severity. NOTE. — To correct barometer for elevation at Maniikau (alt. ayo feet), add t>; Cambridge (alt. 2US feet), add :i.

Station Wind Bar. In Weather. Shade Capo Maria SI O 30.CO GO Busseli Slbr BC 29.97 65 Boklanga Heads.. Calm OG 30.28 66 Manukau Heads.. KW1 O 30.02 08 Auckland Nlbr EC 30.03 68 Cambridge .■ NNTVI BC 29.97 68 Gisborne SI C 29.91 70 Napier Calm O 29.99 59 Castlepotat SE1 C 30.00 65 Egmont SEI O 30.00 65 New Plymouth..... NE1 O 23.98 66 Wellington SI O 30.00 58 Kalkoura Calm o 29.99 Gl Westport S\n C 29.98 62 Lytteltoii >*E1 O 30.05 67 Dmiedin SW1 O 30.08 60 Bluff C O 30.05 56

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TO-DAY'S WEATHER REPORT. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 63, 15 March 1909

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