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YfEATHEU ESTIMA.TED AS: 8., Blue sky, be the atmosphere clear or heavy; C, Clouds, passing clouds; D., Drlzzlius rain: F., Fossy; *j-, Gloomy, dark weaiher; H., Hall; L., M., Misty; 0., Overcast, the whole sky covered with thlci clouds; P., Passing ehowers; Q., Squally; S-, Kaln, continued rain; T., Thunder; BBnow. D., Uiily. threatening appearance. WIND FOttCE INDICATED BI LETTERS: C, Calm; L., Llgnt; Br., Breeze; F. 8., Flesh breeze: M.G., Moderate gale; G. Whole or heavy gale; W., Gale of exceptional severity. NOTE. — To correct barometer for elfr Mtlon at Mannkau (alt. 900 feet), add .d; Cambrldee talt. ieet). add

ALL OBSERVATIONS are tanen at fl a.m. Station Ther. Wind Bar. In Weather. Shade Cape Maria NE1 Russell Eb Hokianga Heads.. Calm Manukau Heads.. ESEfb Auckland _ Ebr Cambridge SEmg Gisborne Nl Kapler NEI Castlepotnt SE1 Egmont SI New Plymouth SE1 Wellington Calm Kalkoarg NW1 Westport Efb Lyttelton Calm Dnuedln NEfb Bluff El MR 29.90 71 COR 29.85 70 OR 29.96 69 OP 30.00 65 OR 29.96 71 O 30.01 67 R 30.07 58 O 30.20 64 P 30.12 66 C 30.20 54 O 30.02 70 M 30.14 50 O 30.12 60 O 30.04 64 O 30.18 63 C 30.13 61 M 30.03 56

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TO-DAY'S WEATHER REPORT., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 66, 18 March 1909

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TO-DAY'S WEATHER REPORT. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 66, 18 March 1909

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