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St Pancras 1910

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for St. Pancras, London, Borough of]

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE FOR LONDON, 1910. {Extracted from the Annual Summary of the Registrar-General.) Deduced from Observations at Greenwich, under the Superintendence of the Astronomer Royal.

January.February.March.April.May.J une.July.August.September.October.November.December.Year 1910.
Barometer.Mean Pressure at 323 F. at Station Level* (Bar. 159 ft. above M.S.L.)29.68129 50029 99129.67229.71329.72029.7092974130 04629. 84129.47629 .54529.720
Air Temperature.Mean ofMinimum A.35.435.734.733.845.251.651952.748.547.632.440042.9
. Maximum B44147.951.355.463 371067070.864.659.845.448.3574
Mean of A. and B39.741.843.047.154361.359.461.856.653.738.944.250.2
\ Difference from Average †+13+ 20+0.5—1.0+0.5+ 10.43—1.1—1.6+ 33.45+4.6+01
Earth Temperature at 3 ft. 2 in. depth43.541.843 045.449.957.558.660.858.756.148.245850.8
Bright Sunshine.Total Observed Hours54701501302191851131771427050201380
Difference from Average †+ 13+ 13+ 51—17+33—12—123—34—13.25+2—13—123
Per cent. of Possible2125413146372339382119831
Rain and other forms of Precipitation.Number of Days15241016191318173141719185
Total Fall Inches1.722.691 102.622.242083.522.430.741.813.573.5428.06
Difference from Average †—0.16+1.21—0.42+ 1.05—0.32+004+112+009—1.41—0.97+1.35+1.71+3.93

# The hours of observation are 9 a.m. and 9 p.m.
f The averages used are obtained from observations extending over 65 years for Rain and Temperature and 10 years for Sunshine.