Ackermann’s Repository of Arts/Series 1/Volume 1/January 1809/Meteorological Journal

METEOROLOGICAL JOURNAL,

Kept by R. Banks, Mathematical Instrument-Maker, Strand, London.

1806
NOV.
Day of
BAROME-
TER
9 A. M.
THERMOMETER. WEATHER.
9 A. M. 9 P. M. High-
est[1]
Low-
est
Day. Night.
22 30.18 41 47 52 46 Rain Fair
23 30.12 47 50 52 46 Cloudy Rainy
24 30.19 46 55 50 44 Ditto Ditto
25 30.00 48 51 52 46 Ditto Ditto
26 29.98 50 52 54 50 Rain Cloudy
27 29.50 50 42 54 34 Ditto Fair
28 29.77 55 36 53 34 Fair Ditto
29 29.77 56 41 47 40 Rain Rainy
30 29.16 42 41 46 37 Fair Fair
DEC.
1 29.36 40 43 47 42 Ditto Ditto[2]
2 29.17 41 43 47 41 Ditto Ditto
3 29.45 42 46 47 42 Ditto Ditto
4 30.02 41 40 48 36 Ditto Fog
5 30.27 40 48 49 48 Cloudy Mist
6 29.97 50 47 52 34 Rain Fair
7 29.87 35 39 42 32 Fair Ditto
8 29.95 34 40 41 40 Ditto Ditto
9 29.86 41 39 44 33 Ditto Fog
10 30.08 35 40 40 34 Ditto Cloudy
11 30.25 36 36 42 33 Ditto Fair
12 30.25 36 41 42 39 Cloudy Fog
13 30.33 40 35 42 34 Ditto Rainy
14 30.36 34 40 42 33 Ditto Cloudy
15 30.08 34 33 38 33 Fair Ditto
16 30.07 33 33 35 30 Ditto Fair
17 29.82 32 26 34 22 Snow Ditto[3]
18 29.62 26 30 32 28 Fair Ditto[4]
19 29.65 28 29 32 28 Snow Cloudy
20 29.69 28 32 33 20 Ditto Ditto
21 29.69 94 31 31 28 Ditto Snow
——
  1. During the night
  2. Heavy rain in the night.
  3. Stars brilliant at 6 P. M. Snow at 9. High wind all night.
  4. Snow at 5 P. M. Stars brilliant in the evening. At 12, appearance of change.



Printed, for R. Ackermann, by Harrison & Rutter, 373, Strand.