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Lightly overcast ; cold and


20


28


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clear.


23


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Clear; N* wind.


6


-10


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24


—16




7


—4




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—20


Clear and eal^m.


8


- S


Lightly overoast.


26


-25




9


-2


Clear and calm.


27


—27


.Clear and calm a.m. ; p.m.


10


—4


Clear ; snowed a little.






hasy.


11


12


Overcast a.m. : strong £. wind,
clear and calm p.m.


28


-12


Snowed a little last night:
dear day.


12





Strong N.E. wind ; clear.


29


-U




18


-20


Clear ;N. wind.


30


-3


Mild ; overcast all day.


4


-28


Clear and calm.


Dec. 1


14


Snowed and rained a little


15


-23


Lightly overcast and oalm.






to-day.


16


—10


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Date.


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Si


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1884.


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Dec. 3


9 I Hmt, oalm. |
9 Mild.


Feb. 10


-18


Clear and oalm.


4


11


-18


** i« «»


5


16 Mild. '


12


—17


•* ** •*


6


-10 , Calm. busy. mild.


IS


-15


« <« tt


7


8a.m-,S2°; snowed 1 in. last


14


-9


u •< <<




; last nlffbt.
13 Cilm and clear.


15


—23


Calm.


8


16


-19


Strong north wind ; clear.


9


16 ; Misty: snowed a little.


17


-21


Strong N.E. wind: It. snow;:


10






overeast.


31




18


-20


Clear; N. wind.


12


21 , (near.


19


-30


Clear and calm: coldest night


13


7 Mild all day.
12 Snowed a little all day. |






of winter.


14


20


—25


Calm.


15


9 a.m., 220; snowed a.m.;


21


-25


Clear and calm ; p. m. overcast.^




1 rain p.m. 1


22


-5


Snowed a little.


16


; 9 a.m., <3P; clear; strong S.


2)


10


Lightly overcast ; little snow .




1 wind. 1


?*


4')


Strong S. wind ; thawing.


17


9am.,31o. >


25


24




18


,9 a.m., 2r ; little snow.


26


35


Rained hard daring night-


19


1^


27


30


Little hazy.


ao


18


28


12




21


9 Clear and oalm. ,


29


10


Clear, calm.


22


—1 Clear and haiy.


March 1


15


.♦ *«


23


!9am.,~l°.


2


20


Clear.


24


l9a.m,-ll°. 1


3


20


Overcast: strong NE. wind


25


—17 Clear and calm. ,






all day.
Clear; N. wind.


26


-14 1


4


-2


27


—9 1 Clear.


5


—7




28


-26 Clear: N. wind.


6


-8




29


—SO Clear and calm.


7


10




30


-33 1


8


6


Clear and calm.


31


6 a.m.. — 1° ; wind N.B. 1


9


-3


*• •> »*


1884.


, '


10


-4


•< « «<


Jan. 1


-6


Clear and oalm.


Oct. 18




Ice commenced running in R.


8


-10


Clear.


19


"ii"




3


-14


Clear; N. wind.


20




Not much ice running to-day.


4


-20


Hazy all day; 10 p.m., -6°.
Hazy ; 10 p.m., -2° ; It. snow.


21




More *


5


-6


22




Ice running thick ; little frost


6


-15


1






last night ; thawed all day.


7


-6




23




Ice running thick; froze a*


8




a.m., so.






little lost night; thawing


9


:::::: •* - 8°.






this a.m.


10


" ** 10° ; snowed 1 incb. i


24




Snowing this evening.


11


" *' 22<?; hosy.calm.

15 Snowed a littlelast night.


26




Mild: snowing a little; river


12






almost clear of ice.


13


7


27




Mild: no ice running.


14


2.)




28


"26'


Cloudy: light snow.


15







2J


18


Overcast; light snow; good


16


37


Strong southerly wind ; thaw-:






deal of ice running,




1 ing. 1


80


12


Much ice running: mild to-day.


17


9


Clear and calm.


31


12


Dry, mild and clear.


18





Hazy, calm.


Nov. 1


7


Clear ; coldest night of season


19


-10


Clear and calm.






so far.


20





Partly overcast.


2


14


Lightly overcast; mild and


21


14


Mild and hazy ; a little snow.






pleasant.


22


20


Cle 'rand calm.


3


16


Mild and pleasant day.

Snowing this a.m.

Snowed 2 in. last night ; thaw-


23


22


MUd all day.


4


2^


24


21)


5


30


25


23


Snowed about 2 in. last night.






ing this mom. ; snow at Thai*


2H


5


N.E. wind. 1






tan range nearly 1 ft. deep.


27


-17


Clear and calm.


6


24


Clear.


28


-20


M It 1* 1


7


28




29


-21


Clear ; wind up river.


8


29




30


S


Thawing all day ; 10 p.m., 30o.|


9


29




Feb. 1


-6


Snowed 4 in. last night ; strong


10


SO








N.E. wind. 1


11


32


Snowing at noon ; turned to


2


-19


1






rain and sleet.


3


-21




12


38


Raining.


4


—6




13


82


Clear; no ice in river.


6


—7


Clear.


14


21


Clear and calm.


6


-5


** and calm. i


15


14




7


—7


'* strong wind down river .


16


18


Overcast-


8


-15


" and calm.


17


2U


Misty and calm ; snowed ik.


9


—13


1






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1885.


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-Nov. 18


32


Clear.


Jan. 30




Liffht snow.


19


22


A little 8D0W daring cUy*


31




Mild and calm.


liO





OvercMt. calm.


Feb. 1


"*i9*




21


U


Hnsy and culm.
Mild •• *•


2


22


Calm


22


13


3


25


Lightly overcast.


23


16


Clear.


4


80


Overcast, calm.


24


14


Hazy and oalm.


6


11


•* **


S


20


Snowed about 2 in. last night.


6


10


Cloudy ; E. wind.


26


26


Nearly clear.


7


-2


Clear and calm.


27


29


Hasy.


8


-9


«• «* it


ao


86


Rained hard all day.


9


-16


« *f «<


iDec. 1


31


Clear a.m. ; cloaded and raln-


10


-5


Calm and overcast.






ing p.in.


11


10


" •' misty.


2




8 a.m., 31<>: 1 p.m., raining;
3 p.m., cleared.


12


10


Clear and calm.






13


13


Hazy •• ••


. 3

4


30
24


Snowed about 2 in. tluB ere.


14

15


^


** " " ItanowincTe.
Clear


.5


24


Clear.


16




10 p.m., 16°.


6


20


Miaty and cloudy ; wind S-W.


17


••"i"




7
8


"so


10 a.m.. 42°.
Clear and calm.


18
)9


-Ye


Clear and windy.
" ** oalm.


,3


2}


Lightly overcast.


20


-16


M It ^ir


10


21


Clear.


21


-6


Overcast.


11


12


Clear: wind down river.


22


19


Thawing in shade at noon.
Heavy thaw all day.


12


7


Clear.


2J


29


13


3


Lightly overcast.


24


20


Clear and calm.


14

15


3
-15


Clear; N. wind.

Clear: N. wind; below -12°


25

26


20
J?7


Clear; thawing all day.






Nil day.




12


Wind N.E.


16


—16


Clear.


28


32


Sleet this p.m.


17

18


—4


Strong easterly wind.

Clear : strong wind down river;


March 1


30


Clear : maximum temp. 40® in






crossing on ice to-day.


2


26


Clear and calm.


19


-12


Clear; N. wind.


8


'JO


Clear all dny.


20


-15


4« if »«


4


10


Clear and calm.


21


—20


Strong; N.W. wind a.m.;


5


10


Lightly overcast : clearing.


22


-20


Little wind.


6


22


Overcast, oalm; snowing at
2 p.m.


23


-10


Overcast.


7


38


Raining hard.


24


— 5


Clear.


8


.34


Overcast, calm.


25


—16


*•


9


16


Murky, calm.


26


—22


Clear, strong north wind.


10


16


Snowed a little this evening.


27


—22




11


21


Clear ; alrong S.W. wind.

Snowing all day.

8 in. snow fell yesterday ; last


£8
29


— ".3
-20


Clear.

Clear and calm.


\l


26
24


30

.'{1


—14
—7


Lightly overcast,


14


26


night clear and calm.
Clear.


18S5.






15


34


Clear: heavy thaw.
Clear and calm.


Jan. 1


^-3


Calm and hazy.


16


22


•>


-HJ


Lightly overcast.


17


12


(» »< «•


3


5


Partly clear.


18


12


it *t »t


4





OvenMut; snowing^


19




<• It fi


5


17




20


"26*


M <C «l


9




Mild and calm.


21




10 p.m., 28°.


10




Snowed 4 in. last night ; light


22


*"i6'


Clear and calm.






snow to day.


23


16




11




Clear and colder this morning.
lU p.m., — Uo : below zero all


a>


32




12




26


26








SO




No frost last night ; cloudy ;


13


—22








strong wind up river.


14


—30


Clear.


31


34


Clear ; wind up river.


15


—32


•; N. wind.


April H


30


Warm ; S. wind all day.


16
17

18


—32
-22

-28


]^ and calm.

4< Ct «(


2
3


.^3


Overcast in morning; rain-
ing p.m.
Rained and snowed most of


19


—5


Hazy ; light snow last night.






night; 2 in. went off this


20


3


Calm, mistj.






p.m. ; bright.


21


10


Snowed about 3 in. last night ;


4




Frost last liighU






clear and calm.


5


"*35*


Clear.


22


—6


Hazy, calm.


6


18


<t


2:i


6


«* «<


7


22


Cloudy.


24


10


»• •»


8




No frost last night; strong


-2.5


16


Rained all pm.






S.W. wind.


28




Mild.


9


30





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April 10


28


11


31


12


31


13


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14




15


"25"


16


16


17


10


18




19




?0


"27'


23


28


Nov. 4


20


7


26


8


22


9


5


10


20


11


2-'


12


18


IS


14


14


19


15


22


16


18


17


22


18


16


19


14


21)


12


21


7


22


6


23


15


24


21


2)


li





10


27


12


28


10


2*


31


30


28


Dec. 1


7


2


-2


6




6


■"22*


7


W


8


12


9


—S


10


-18


11





12


8


13


10


14


20


15


14


16


12


]7


3


18


3


19


—6


20


-10


21


-16


22


4


23


-.i


24




26


""()'•


£6


10


27


86


28


28


29


13


30





31


-13


1886.




Jan. 1


—4



Remarks.



Clear : strong wind ap river,

Hifrh winds.

Little wind ; some snow

squall-.
Not mach wind to-day.



Hard frost.

No frost last night.



Strong S.E. wind .
First ice running in river.
Clear; good deal of iee running.
Calm.

Ciilm; spitting snow ; cloudy.
Calm and clear.
Clear : snowed a little last
nifrht.
A Htttle ice running.
Calm.
Overcast, calm.

Calm; snowing a little.
Clear.

CI

CI river open yet; very

ice running.

H aim.

Ki [itireIyfreeofice;baxy.
H

II p.m. clear.

C\ nd calm.

H ad calm.

Sr g 9 a. m. , p.m. thawing.

9 i 9w fell during night.

CI :alm.

Snowing a little.

^hmdy. ^

Overcast.

Clear.

Clear and calm.

Snowed a little.

U'tzy, caliu all day ; snowed

little in evening.
Snowed 5 in. last night.

Hazy, calm.

Clear.

Clear and calm.

Clear.

Clear; river closing from edge?.

Clear and calm.

8 a,m.,— 40.

Thawing; raining in evening.

Cloudy.

Cloudy ; snowed 1 in. : wind up

R. ; wind down R. in eve.
Clear (?) ; snowing a little all

day.
Clear.

Snowe 1 2 in.; strong wind up R,





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Jan. 2


18


3


-2


4


- 9


5


-26


6


-32


7


-l.»


8


-6


9


4


10


6


11


16


12


20


13


—6


14


-17


15




16


-ii"


17


.....


18


-8


19


— U


20


-23


21


-26


22


-^


23




24


-16"


25


-31


26


-S6


27


-22


28


-6


29


-10


SO


-12


31


-6


Feb. 1


-l'»


2


-2


3





4


-2


5


22


6


34


7


22


8


18


9


20


10


-2


11




12


-2


l.H


-10


14


-1»


15


-2


16




17


34


18





19




2t)


"ss"


21


36


22


27


26




27


""6"


28





March 1


8


2


18


3


28


4


20


5


14


6


8


7


....


8


18


l'»


24


11


30


12


81


13


24



RsifARKii.



m. ; snowed 2 in.



Dwed a little in.

2 in.

calm and clear.

n.



8a.m.,— 10°; clear; windN.W.

8 am., 200 ; clear.

Very clear.

N.ET. wind all day ; clear.

Very clear ; N. wind.

<J'ear.

Clear and calm.

9 a.m.. 14°.

Blew a gale all night.

Hazy.



Snowed 2 in.

Clear.

Clear and calm.

Overcast; a little snow.
Snowed about 4 in.
a little.
•• 2 in
Rained all night ; snow in eve.
Clear,
misty.
Blowing a gale ; snowed 6 in. ;

drifting badly.
Clear ; evening snowing.
8 a.m., 12°; snowed a little:

clear.
Lightly overcast.

Clear and calm.

Snowed 2 in. ; rained a little

r.m.
9a.m 28°; max., 42<>; much

rain.
Strong S.W. wind ; much rain
8 a.«i'. . .'ieo ; raining hard most

of night and to-day.
8 a.m., 36°.

Max.. 440 ; cloudy and raining, .
Rained nearly all night ; clear

to-daiy.
Overcast : snowed a little.
10 p.m.. 9°; very clear.
Clear and calm.

Clear.

Overcast ; p.m. snowing.

Cloudy.

Overcast.

Hazy and calm ; eve. clear.

Clear.

10 p.m., 22°.

Cloudy and calm.

Thawing all day.

Clear.

Cloudy most of day.



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Mar. 14


30


Heavy thaw.

Wind N.E. : snowed 1 in-


April 6


18


15


27


7


20 1


16


4


Clear; wind N.K.


8


30


17


-4




9


31


Clear.


!8


16




10


30




19


12




11




No frost.


20


10




12


27




23


8


Cloudy most of day.


IS


28


Clear.


24


12




14




No frost.


25


18


Clear ; freezing in shade.


15


20


Clear.


26


20


Strong N.W. wind; thawing.


16


30


Clear; clouded up in evening.


27


26


Wind up rive' : thawing.


17




No frost.


29


. . .


No froet ; cloudy.


U






30


28


Calm.


20




Frost laat night.


31


28




21




No frost last night.
Finished ploughing.
Pack-train onto range;


April 1


30


Overcast.


22


.....


2




No frost ; overcast and foggy.


23




3





No frost.


2}




Canoes arrived to-day.


5


20











<3) OBSERVATIONS AT LAKBTOJf, DBASE LAKE, U.C., DURING PORTIONS OF THE YEARS
1878 It) 1882, BY MR. J. OLEARIHUB.



Date.



1878.
Nov. 1
2
3
4
5
6



10

11
12
18
14

15
16
17



H I



s.w.





I s.w.
s.w.
x.w.



J8

22 ;

i



20

I


14

10
10
12

16
14

18



18


18


19





20





21


20


22


18


23


10


24


20


25


10


26


18


27


8


28


10


29


10


30


12


, 1


12


2


20






x.w.

N.W.
N.W.
N.W.

N.W.
N.W.
N.W.
S.W.

strong.



1

Remarks.


Date.


si

si


; Mild and cloudy.
' Mild and cloar.
, Raining.
1 Heavy snowfall.

Mild and clear.

Mild and cloudy.

Mild; sunshine.


1873.
Dec. 4

; 5

6

7

8

9


o

12



12
8

1


Rain in afternoon. ,
Heavy snowfall at

night.
Bright and clear.


10


-8


' 11


12


« «< If

Cloudy, stormy after-
noon. '
Bright and clear. |
Liffht snowfall.


1 12
1 13

1 14

1 15

16

17


16
18
20

4
-4

1


DriftiLgallday.


1 18
19


14

24



S.W.

s.w.



10 S.W.



Cloudy; mild in p.m.

iSnowing.

Cloudy.

Snowmg.

Cloudy.

Heavy snowfall.

Mild, cloudy.

Cloudy. I

Brifrht and clear. |

«< t> t« j

Snowing p.m.
Mild ,bright and dear;
heavy snow at night.
Bright and clear.



20

21
22
.23
24
25
26
27
28
29
SO
31
1879.
Jan. 1



20



-8
—4
-6
-7
-4
-8
-10



fi'o I



N.W.
N.W.
N.W.

S.
<?.

N.W.

N.W.



S.W.

S.W.
S.W.
S.W.

W.
N.W.
N.W.
S.W.

8.



W.

W.
N.W.
N.W.
N.W.
N.W.
N.W.
S.W.
S.W.
N.W.
N.W.

N.W.



Remarks.



Bright and clear.
Cloudy.



Lake frozen in front

of town.
Bright and clear ;

skating on ice.
First arrival from

McDamesand Thi-

bert Cr. on ice.
First arrival from

head of lake on ice.
Cloudy.
Heavy snow p.m.

** ** last nighi.
Bright and clear.
Snow.

Bright and clear.
Cloudy.
Very mild, bright and

clear.
Heavy thaw ; lake

open in places.
Cloudy.

Bright and clear.



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Jan. 2

3

4

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
31

Feb. 1
2
3
4

5

6
7
• 8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

28
Mar. 1
2
3
4
6
6
7
8
9

10
11
12



-1 S.W.
4 i«;.W.
6 |i?.W.

10 is.w.

S.W.
S.W.





8

—22

-26

-32

-36

—SO

-22

6



4

—2

— «



—8

—2

-18

—24

-20

o

10
12
12

10

-11

-11

6

16

10
-6
-27
-29
—18
-26
-26
-24
-23
-20
-10
-19
—17
-20
-16
-25
—26
-16
—24
—30
-10
-10

-8

—6

4



—12

—28

—12

6

-6



-18
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8.W.

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N.
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S.
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N.



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N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
X.
N.
N.

N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
R.
N.
N.
N.

N.
8.U.

N.



Rrmarks.



Br4elit and clear.
•• *< <<

Bright and clear; light

snow last night.
Bright and clear.

Snowing.

Bright and clear.



Snowing: at noon,— 12°.

Bright and clear.

Snowing; at noon,— 4°.

Cloudy.

Bright and clear.
t» •« t<

Snowing; very stormy.

Bright and clear.
•• tt **

Cloudy ; stormy p.m.
Stormy all day.
Strong drifting.
Bright and clear.

Cloudy. '

Bright and clear.

Cloudy.

Bright and clear.

Bright and clear; snow

last night.
Bri^rht and clear.

if «i ti

Storming.

Storming ; heavy snow

last night.
Bright and clear.



Date.



1879.
Mar.l3
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
28
24
25
26
27
28
2l»
30
31


Xov.18

19
20
21



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22
23

24 I

25 i



Stormy.

Bright and clear.
Stormy, drifting.
Bright and dear.

Stormy, drifting.

Bright and clear.
*i «« <<

Snow last night. |

Heavy storm, snowing,,
drifting. I

Snowing and drifting. '
Heavy wind, drifting.
Storming.

Bric[ht and clear.

Cloudy, drifting.
Bright and clear.

a n •«

Bright and clear ; strong

wind.
Bright apd clear.



26

27

28

29

30

Dec. 1

2

3

4

5

6

7



1^

5's



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12

14
—12
—20
—28
-30
—22
-21
-10
-10
-10
—33
-31

-31

-30

—22

-14

-24

-12



-37
-28
— »J
—22
-28
-32
-22
10
8
-18
-42



N.

N.
N.
N.

N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.

N.

N.
N.
N.
N.
N.



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S.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
N.
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2


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4


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12


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14


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4 N.


14 S.


12 S.


3


X. 1



Remarks.



Bright and clear.

Stormy.

Bright and clear.



Storming.
Very mild.
Btroniir wind.
Snowing.



Bright and clear.



Snowing and drifting all

dny.
drifting, cloudy.
Light snowfall.
Cloudy ; clear towards

evening.
Cloudy.

Cloudy; north wind in
evening.

Mild : lake partiaUy
[ frozen over.
• Light snow; lake frozen
i over.
i Cloudy; light snow.

Bright and clear.

Cloudy; strong wind.
Storming.

Cloudy.

Bright and clear.

Cloudy.

Bright and clear.

Bright and clear; high

wind.
Cloudy and storming ;

strong wind.
Cloudy and storming ;

strong wind.
Cloudy and storming ;

strong wind.
Cloudy and storming ;

strong wind.
Cloudy and storming ;

strong wind.
Cloudy and ftonning ,*

strong wind.
Cloudy and storming ;

strong wind.
Bright and clear; strong

wind.
Cloudy.
Bright and clear.

lou '



Cloudy.

Bright and dear.



Cloudy; light snowstorm.
Bright and clear.



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Date.




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1879.







1880.


o






Deo. 28


-9»


N.


Bright and olear.


Mar. 2


-39


N.


Bright and dear; 4 p.m.»


29


—11


N


Cloudy.








-2o.


30


-3


N.




8


-M


N.


strong wind ; bright and


31


— b


N.


Snowing and drifting.








dear ; 4 p.m:. —8°.


1880.








4


-32


N.


Strong wind ; brijrht and

ckar; 4 p.m.. 12<>.
Bright and olear ; 4 p.m.,.


Jan. 1


-18


N


Bright and clear.








2


-27


N.


5


-34


N.


3


—33


N.


Cloudy, drifting.










4


rg


N.


•* **


6


—44


N.


Bright'and clear ; 4 p.m..


5


N.


Bright and clear ; at noon








-12°.








-JOo. ^


7


-22


N.


Bright and clear ; 4 p.m..


6


-45


N.


Bright and Clear.








20.


7


-43


!f.


Cloudy.


8


-12


S.


Storming all day; dO^


8


-43


^.


Bri|^hl and dear.








above zero.


9


-45


^.


9


14


s.


Cloudy ; strong wind last


10


-44


i.


** •* **








BriglLt'and clear; strong


11


-45


N.


.« U l<


10


8


N.


12


-14


N.


** '* *•








wind.


13


—40


N.


14 ff U


11


-27




Bright and clear*


14


-30


N.


<f »l «•


Nov.;l




. ...


Mild ; light snowfall.


\l


-28
—25


N.
N.


Storming and drifting.


2
8




N.W.
N.W.


Mild.


17


-41


N.


Bright and olear.


4




S.


Very mild ; raining. .


18


-2b


N


Cloudy.


5




s.


Very mild ; heavy rain.


19


-10


S.


Cloudy ; light irmd.


6




s.


Heavy fall of snow.


20


8


S.


Bright and dear.


7




s.


Very mild.


21


4


S.


Cloudy; light anoir in


8


•*i2'


N.


Mild, cloudy.








p.m.


9





N.


•« ♦*


22





S.


Bright and olear; heavy


10


(1


N.


** «•








S. gale last night.
Bright and clear.


11


12


N.


Mild ; raining in evening.


23


-12


S.


12




.«.


Mild; rain.


24


-10


N.


• 4 «• •*


13




S.


Mild.


25


-30


N.


U •« ••


14




s.


Mild ; summer weather.


26


—40


N.


i< it M


}5


"28"


N.


Frosty .beautiful morning
Cloudy ; fine weather.


27


—43


N.


(* (( <t


16


14


N.


28


-14


S.


Light mow ; 8 a.m., 0«.


17


14


N.


Clear and bright


29


—4


S.


Cloudy.


18


14


N.


80
3!


12
14


s.
s.




19
20


8
11


N.
N.


Cloudy; li^htsnowfiah


Feb. 1


16


s.


Bright and olear; light


21


22


S.


Cloudy.


2


10


s.


«now last night.
Cloudy.


22
23


18
13


S:


Cloudy and mild.


3


24


s.


Very soft.


24


7


S.


Cloudy and mild ; snow~


4





s.


Verysoft; at noon. 12°.








ing in evening.


5


4


s.


Very soft.


25


15


8.




6


-14


N.


Brif^bt and dear.


26


13


S.


Cloudy.


7


—22




27


15


y.


Bright and clear. . ,^


8


8


■'s.'"


Cloudy.


28


10


s.


CioSdy; lake partially


9


2




bright and clear.








frozen. . ,


10


-18




29


18


S.


High winds ; ice broken


11


—12












up.


12


(1


■ N * *


Cloudy ; S. wind p.m.


30


21


N.


Strong wind.


13


-12


s.


Cloudy.


Dec. 1


4


N.


Bright and clear; high


14


-14


N.


Brijtht and clear.








wind. , „


15


-14


N.


2


-14


N.


Cloudy; lake partially


16


-38


N.










frozen. . ,


17


-12


N


Cloudy ; light snowfall.


3


-15


N.


Cloudy ; light snow ; lake


18


-12


N.


Bright and clear.








frozen over.


19






Heavy snowstorm.
Siorming all day ; heavy
snows last night.


4

5


-6
—10


N.


Cloudy ; high wind.
Bright and olear; crossed


20


"*i2*


■\s."














lake on ice. •«»


21


12


s.


Heavy snowstorm last
night.


6


—20


N.


Bright and clear; strong



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