Results of meteorological observations, 1894

Results of meteorological observations, 1894

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VCRS"; OJFORNIA CRUZ,NTA J G. V. JUGGAROW OBSERVATORY, DABA GARDENS, VIZAGAPATAM, MAINTAINED BY MRS. A. A. NURSINGROW, ZEMINDARNI OF SHERMAHOMUDPURAM AND YEMBARAM ESTATES. RESULTS OF 1894.METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, PUBLISHED BY THE GENERAL COMMITTEE G. V. JUGGAROW OBSERVATORY. VIZAGAPATAM. - 1896, THECALCUTTA '.PRINTED AT BAPTIST MISSION PRESS. OF CONTENTS.REGISTER Page Introduction ... ... ... ... 1... ... ... ... ... 2Astronomical department ... ... ... ... 3Meteorological to indicate weather ... ... ... vloitials general ...of observations ... 7meteorologicalMonthly reports extremes ofGeneral abstract means and differentshowing ...elements ... ... ... 43meteorological and extremes of differentTable I. meteoro-Averages elements 25 ... 45logical during years for the 1894 ... 48II. Meteorological summary year Normal for each of theIII. pressure day year from the observations of 25computed ... ... 58.... ...years MeanYI & VII indications of the baro-IV, V, meter and thermometer at 4 A.M. and 410 P.M. and 10 from 1870A.M., P.M., to 1894 ... ... ... 61 VIII. means of for 25,, Monthly pressure years reduced to sea-level ... ... 76 IX. oscillations of for eachMonthly pressure month of 25 ... ... 78years X. of means for 1894 with,, Comparison monthly the of 25 ... ... 80averages years XI & XII. maximum and lowest minimum ,, Highest 25 84...temperatures during past years XIII. Normal of each of thetemperature day year calculated from the observations of 25 ... ... ... ...

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VCRS";
OJFORNIA
CRUZ,NTA
JG. V. JUGGAROW OBSERVATORY,
DABA GARDENS, VIZAGAPATAM,
MAINTAINED BY
MRS. A. A. NURSINGROW,
ZEMINDARNI OF SHERMAHOMUDPURAM AND
YEMBARAM ESTATES.
RESULTS OF
1894.METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS,
PUBLISHED BY THE GENERAL COMMITTEE
G. V. JUGGAROW OBSERVATORY.
VIZAGAPATAM.
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1896,THECALCUTTA '.PRINTED AT BAPTIST MISSION PRESS.OF CONTENTS.REGISTER
Page
Introduction ... ... ... ... 1...
... ... ... ... 2Astronomical department
... ... ... ... 3Meteorological
to indicate weather ... ... ... vloitials general
...of observations ... 7meteorologicalMonthly reports
extremes ofGeneral abstract means and differentshowing
...elements ... ... ... 43meteorological
and extremes of differentTable I. meteoro-Averages
elements 25 ... 45logical during years
for the 1894 ... 48II. Meteorological summary year
Normal for each of theIII. pressure day year
from the observations of 25computed
... ... 58.... ...years
MeanYI & VII indications of the baro-IV, V,
meter and thermometer at 4 A.M. and
410 P.M. and 10 from 1870A.M., P.M.,
to 1894 ... ... ... 61
VIII. means of for 25,, Monthly pressure years
reduced to sea-level ... ... 76
IX. oscillations of for eachMonthly pressure
month of 25 ... ... 78years
X. of means for 1894 with,, Comparison monthly
the of 25 ... ... 80averages years
XI & XII. maximum and lowest minimum
,, Highest
25 84...temperatures during past years
XIII. Normal of each of thetemperature day year
calculated from the observations of 25
... ... ... ... 88years
-Mean ofXIV. the air for each monthtemperature
of 25 ... ... ... 90years
Normal differenceXV. between wet anddaily dry
bulb thermometers for 25 ... 92years
XVI. Mean and annualmonthly difference between
wet and bulb thermometers for 25dry
... ... ... ... 94years
XVII. Mean relative for each month ofhumidity
25 ... ...... 96years
XVIII. Normal elastic force ofdaily aqueous vapour
calculated from the means of 25 98...yearsPage.
and annual elastic force ofTable XIX. Monthly aqueous
for 25 ... ... 100vapour years
Mean cloud for each month ofXX.J? proportion
25 ... ... ... 101years
Mean of the wind for each monthXXI. velocity
of 25 ... ... ... 102years
XXII Rainfall and the amount of evaporation
for each of the month for theday year
1894 ... ... ... ... 104
Normal rainfall of each calculated forXXIII.,, day
29 ... ... ... 108years
XXIV. and annual rainfall for 29 ... 110Monthly years
XXV. Summer and winter ... 112
XXVI. Number of on which rain fell in 29days
from 1866 to 1894 ... ... 114years,
ofXXVII. Wind and rain limits north-east monsoon
,,
from to 1894for 28 1867 ... 116years,
25XXVIII. Mean rainfall from 1870 to
. during years,
eachtabulated under of the1894, eight
of the ... 120points compassprincipal
25XXIX. Mean number of rainy days during years
tabulated under thefrom 1870 to 1894,
of the 121...eight principal points compass
25 fromXXX. Wind observations during years,
with the resultant1870 to 1894, monthly
... ... 122direction and percentage
onXXXI. and other observationsSpectroscopic
126... ... ...rainy days
trees in 1894 129XXX1L Observations of and ...crops
28 ... 130XXXIII. Harvest for ...years
of the sun atMean time of the andrising setting Vizagapatam
... 131for tenth of the ... ...every day year
List of received 132... ... ... ...presents
PLATES.
I. Annual variation of pressure of
|II. temperature
III. Annual variation of ofpressure vapour
IV. Annual variation of humidity
V. of cloud proportion
VI. Rainfall for 29 years
VII. Mean rainfall and in curve wind-rosedaysrainy forming