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TO-DAY'S WEATHER REPORT.

'ALL OBSERVATIONS are taken at 9 a.m

WIND FORCE INDICATED BY LETTEES: C. Calm; L., Light: Br., Breeze; F. 8., Freeh breeze: M.G., Moderate gale; G . Whole or heavy gale; W., Gale of exceptional seventy. WEATHER ESTIMATED AS: 8., Blue sky. be the atmosphere clear or heavy; C," Clouds, passing clouds; D.. Drizzling rain; F., Fogtrv; G., Gloomy, dark weather; E.. Hail; L.,' Lightning; M., Misty; 0., Overcast, the whole sky covered with thick clouds; P., Passing showers; Q., Squally; R-, Rain, continued lain; T., Thunder; S., Snow; i_\, Ugly, threatening appearance. NOTE. — To correct barometer for elevation at Manukau (alt. OJO feet), add .9; Cambridge (alt. 20S feet), add .2.

Station Tier. Wind Bar. In Weather. Shade. Cape Maria • >"1 RnsseU EXEb Hukiauga Head*. Nfb Manukau Heads. ENKb Auckland SKI Cambridge C Gisborne C Napier C Castlepoint NW1 Egmout NEfb New Plymouth... NE1 •Wellington XE1 Kalkouia XK1 Wesiport SI Lvneltou NE1 Dunedin XEb Bluff SW1 G 20.95 71 M 211.93 70 O 30.018 (JS M 30.00 61 O 30.02 66 U 29.90 61 B 30.00 72 B 20.02 67 O 30.09 67 C 30.04 64 O 30.04 64 R 20.91 00 C 23.90 62 B . 29.92 .To C 29.S6 65 B 29.75 5S B 29.69 50

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TO-DAY'S WEATHER REPORT. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909

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