Novem­ber weather re­port

Sub­mit­ted with thanks by Beryl Bain­bridge

The McLeod River Post - - Family, Farm & Garden -

Sta­tis­tics are col­lected at a base about five miles N.E. of Peers, close to the Car­rot Creek.

This month has been al­most a re­peat of Oc­to­ber’s mists, fogs, and gloom. In the first half of the month the day­time temps. did rise above zero reach­ing a balmy +15C on Re­mem­brance day. Very lit­tle snow has fallen though hoar frosts keep the trees white. Also it has been very calm, the wind rarely ris­ing above 4m.p.h. In Yel­low­head County, farm­ers have been un­able to get crops off the fields be­cause of ex­ces­sive mois­ture.

De­tails:

Max. Tem­per­a­ture, +15.2 C Min. Temp., -15.1 C

Max­i­mum Pres­sure, 1027 kPh mb/hPa (mil­libars/hec to Pas­cals) Min. Pres­sure, 997 mb/hPa

Max Hu­mid­ity 99 per cent Min Hu­mid­ity 88 per cent

Pre­cip­i­ta­tion, 5cms snow, to­tal pre­cip­i­ta­tion of 9.65mm. ; a dry month in­deed.

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