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X. METEOROLOGICAL TABLES FOR THE UNIVERSITY

OF NORTH CAROLINA, AT CHAPEL HILL.

Lat. 35° 54' 21" N. Long. 79° 17' 30" W.
By James Phillips, Prof. Mathematics and Nat. Philosophy.

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June, 1846,
July,
August,
September,
October,
November,
December,
January, 1847,
February,
March,
April,
May, :

Mean,

67.25 72.45 80.15 70.75 73.7166 3.8 3.8 3.6 4.2
70 6
77.5

83.5 72.2 76.4516 4.2 3.7 42 6.2 13 28 70.98 76.4 84 76 76.74 77 3927 4.4 5.2 4.

3.9 10 29 66. 74.4 81.88 71.48 73 4458 5 6 6.4 5.8 6.73 27 47.2 *59.3

67.6 57.5 57.9677 6.7 6.9 6.2 6.9 3 25 45.98 53 46 59.6 50.73 52.4375 4. 4.3 4.3 5.4 7 29 38.95 45.09 54.22 43.55 45.5182 4.4 4.6 5.5 7. 5 29 34 42 5 47 4 40.4 41.6814 4.3 4. 4.1 5. 12 27 37.4 46.7 53.6 44 3 45.5045 3.9 4.9 4.6 5 6 8 25 40.45 48.5 56.03 46.69 47 9194 3.9 3.9 3.7 | 3.97 29 51.03 60.16 71.95 60.60 60.7000 6.1 5.6 5.4 59 8 26 57.6 63 2 71.4

63. 63 8024 3.5 3.3 4.2 5.7 10 29 52.49 59.92 67.67 | 58.13 59.71151 4.6 4.7 4.6 5.7 98 333 32

ANWIN HOWN Wol Clear days.

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First frost, October 19.

Frogs singing, February 7th. Peach blossomed, February 24th. Prunus chicasa bloomed March 11th. Slight fall of snow, March 13th. Cercis canadensis bloomed March 29th. First martin, March 30th. Whip-poor-will singing, April 11th.

Hottest day, 22d August,-
Barometer, sunrise, 29.674; 9 A. M. 29.674 ; 3 P. M. 29.650; 9 P. M. 29.650 ; mean, 29.662.
Attached ther. 46 77.

84.
96.
85.

85.500. Detached

78.
86.
95.5
85.

86.125.
Attached and detached thermometer, mean, 85.8125.
Coldest day, 8th January,-
Barometer, sunrise, 29.800; 9 A. M. 29.930 ; 3 P. M. 29.930 ; 9 P. M. 29.930; mean,

29.8975. Attached ther. " 17.

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10.5
19.
25.

19.

18.375. Attached and detached thermometer, mean, 20.1875.

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XI. METEOROLOGICAL TABLES FOR SAVANNAH, GA.

For the year ending May, 1847. By Dr. John F. Posey.

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June,

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1846.

25 30.12 30.15 30.13 11 29.84 29.81 29.71 29.97 29.99 29.95 July,

18 .12 .15 .12 1 .85 .84 .86 .99 .99 .99 August, 8 .10 .10 .07

.89 .87 .85 30.01 30.00 .99 September, 11 .16 .14 .11 27 .74 .62 .69 .00 29.99 .95 October, 8 .22 .23

.23 137 .37 .56 .74 .03 30.03 30.03 November, 30 .26 .30 .30 25 .55

.02

.00 December, 23 .38 .40 .44 17 .38 .47 .61 .13 .13 .11

1847. January, 13 .47

.33 29 .93 .69 .77 .15 .10 .12 February, 24 .26 .2 .15 27 .60 .50 .67 .02 29.99 .01 March, 17

*.61 .55 21 .65 .60 .68 .09 30.05 .06 April, 19 .4) .38 29 .92 .83 .79

.01 .03 May, 5 .06 .08 .09 13

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.55 .61 29.89 .88 29.88 Annual mean,

30.03 30.01 30.01

.55 .35

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XII. METEOROLOGICAL TABLE FOR NATCHEZ, Miss.

Lat. 31° 34'. Long. 91° 24' 42"'; by Henry Tooley, Sr.

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56 A. M.

9 A. M.

Months.

12 M.

6 P. M.

Clear.

Cloudy.

Rainy.

January,

46. 51.9 55.1 29.842 29.842 29.806 6.01 5 17 9 15 6 8 7 7 3 2 February, 41.1 52.2 56.3 9.793 29.824 29.797 3.65 5 14 9 10 2 9 7 14 1 3 5 March, 56.1 63.5 67.6 29.822 29.842 29.778 4.81 7 15 9 16 6 6 6 10 3 4 1 April,

61.5 68.1 71. 29 757 29.791 29 669 9.04 3 15 12 20 2 14 5 9 1 0 2 May,

68.2 77.7 84.4 29.717 29.735 29.665 6.91 5 19 7 15 3 4 9 5 1 3 6 June,

71.9 80.6 87.7 29.766 29.774 29.746 5.56 022 8 17 8 9 3 11 0 1 5 July,

75.2 83.9 86.7 29 786 29.735 29.772 2 851 20 10 15 7 8 11 5 0 2 August, 76.1 81.3 79.7 29.800 29.812 29.811 8.40 0 21 10 17 611 10 6 1 4 4 September, 72.9 81.2 84.1 29.766 29.773 29.785 5.23 5 16 9 11 4 10 10 9 3 0 October, 58.3 68.6 74.1 29.832 29.925 29.885 1.40 9 20 2 10 3 4 10 18 4 4

ovember, 55.1 62.6 66.1 29.831 29.874 29.868 5.13 7 17 6 12 2 7 9 10 2 4 6 ecember, 54.2 58.5 62. 29.924 29.909 29.894 2.80 4 18 9 16 4 6 4 4 0 3 2 An. mean, 61.3 69.3 72.6 29.813 29.759 29.793 61.79 51 214 100 174 53 96 91 108 19,30,44

31 43 44.
79 87 93.

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XIII. METEOROLOGICAL TABLE FOR BLOOMINGTON, Iowa.

For the year 1846. By Mr. T. S. Parvin.

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A | Snow, days.

Snow in inch.

January,

31.2 56 12 44 29 32 29.9 28.7 1.2 19 9 3 4 2.0 4 8.0 6 2 12 11 28 3 February, 24.1 50 -8 58 29.41 30.0 28.8 1.2 18 3 7 1 .1 3 3.5 3 8 171 22 6 March, 40 5 72 20 52 29 34 29 5 28.6 9 16 7 8 7 2.0 1 1.0 3 6 14 8 21 10 April, 52.7 82 28 54 29.29 29.6 28.4 1.2 13 9

8 11 5.4

12 6 12 23 7 May, 64.0 86 38 48 29.28 29.5 28 9 .6 16 1 14 10 3.4

3 9 9 10 29 2 June, 66.1 82 54 28 29.31 29.6 28.9 .7 14 16 7 4.2

5 6 2 17 27 3 July, 72.9 94 44 50 29.29 29.6 29.0 .6 22 9 9 1.3

6 8 3 14 30 1 August, 71.9 94 54 40 29.32 29 4 29.2 .2 21 1 9 6

2 8 4 17 29 September, 65.8 92 42 50 29.27 29.5 29 0 .5 17 3 10 8 5.5

312 3 12 25 October, 42.9 80 16 64 29.33 29.6 28.9 .7 16 8 7 5 1.3

2 5 8 16 25 6 November, 39.162 2 60 29.28 29.6 28.7 .9 7 13 10 5 1.6 2 20 13 11

6 25 5 December, 28.8 54 6 48 29.21 29.7 28.7 1.0 9 12 10 4 1.5 4 2.3 115 11 4 27 4

Year, 50.0.94 -8 102 29.30 30 0 28 4 1.6 188 66 111 77 2.88 14 16.8 34 96 91 144 311 54

Warmest Day, July 8–81° 3'. Coldest, Feb. 264 +4°. Highest Temp. July 8 and August 12—94o. Lowest, February 26

-8°.
Mean, 50°. Range, 102°.

The Mississippi opened January 29; closed, January 6, (1847.)

XIV. METEOROLOGICAL TABLE FOR LOUISVILLE, KY. For Six YEARS. BY L. Young.

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Temperature of Spring Water in Jefferson County, determined by observations in tributaries to the Creeks Beargrass,

Harrod's Creek, and Goose Creek.
On Beargrass the range is between 53 and 54°. Springs tested those of E. Dorsey and W. C. Bullitt, Esqs.

On Harrod's creek the temperature is about 54°. Springs tested — those of Joseph Barbaroux, Esq., and of the
late Capt. Reuben Taylor.

On Goose creek the range is from 54' to 541 Springs tested — those at this Station, Springdale, and the well known spring at the Methodist camp.ground, on Capt. Caleb Dorsey's farm.

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* A severe frost on the 19th of April, killed nearly all the fruit; there were other frosts as late as 17th of May.

XVI. FLOWERING SEASON ON HOSPITAL HILL, Worcester, Mass., for

Eight Years.

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