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TO-DAY'S WEATHER REPORT.

ALL OBSERVATIONS are ta*en at » a.m.

WEATHEB ESTIMATED AS: 8., Bln« ■E7, be the atmosphere clear or heavy," C, Clauds, passing clouds; D., Driizllng rain; F_ Foggy; G., Gloomy, dark weather; H-, Hall; L-, Lightning; M., Misty; 0., Overcast, Che whole sky covered with thick clouds; P- Passing uhowers; Q., Squally; E., Bain, continued rain; T., Thunder; S, Snow; U., Ugly, threatening appearance. WIND FORCE INDICATED BY LBT--STERS: C, Calm; L., Light; Br., Breeze; F. 8., breeze; M.G., Moderate gale; 6. Whole or heavy gale; W., Gale of exceptional severity. NOTE. — To correct barometer for tieVillon at Mannkan (alt. 900 feet), add J; Cambridge (alt. 208 feet), add 2.

Station *-, Tier. Win* Bar. in •Weather. Shada Cape Maria Wl BC 29.90 67 IBusseli Swbj B0 29 79 E<___nga Heads.. XW1 B 29.90 67 Mafiefcau Heads.. Wf C 29.80 64 'Auckland Wl c 29.75 65 Castfeidge Calui BC 29.70 62 .Gisborne Wl B 29.63 69 Wapler „_.___„. Swbt B 29.65 60 Castlepolnt Nwfb-r B 29.55 62 Egmont „„__. Wl C 29.64 64 Kew Plymouth.-.-. Wl BC 29.65 63 Wellington _„. NWbr BC 29.50 61 Ka&onra ___.-. €' . BC 29.45 56 iWestport iXWbr J? 29.50 54 tytteltoa NE1 BH 29.34 60 Dunedin XW1 B 29.20 60 Bluff . Wf B. 29.24 53

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TO-DAY'S WEATHER REPORT. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 79, 2 April 1909

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