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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 SAINT PANCRAS, 1910. (Extracted from the Registrar-General'8 Quarterly Reports.) Deduced from Observations at Camden Square, n.w., under the Superintendence of H. Robert Mill,,l.l .d.

Barometer.Mean Pressure at 32J F. at Station Level1 (Bar 159 ft. above M.S.L.)29.72029.53730. 03429.71129.75729.76529 .75029 78630.08729 8902951529.588
Air Temperature.Mean ofMinimum A34.636.335.439.846.353.253.154 249.648.332.3400
Maximum B.45.148.351.556.165.072.368.570.966.260.645448.7
Mean of A. and B39 942.343.548.055.762.860.862.657.354.538.9444
Difference from Average †+ 1.3+23+0.5—0.5+ 1.4+ 1.9—3.6—0 7—0.6+4.1—50+4.9
Earth Temperature at 4 ft. depth13.341.
Bright Sunshine.TotalObserved Hours5059120115196159102140125574713
Per cent. of total possible20223328413321313318185
[ Difference from Average † Hours
Rain and other forms of Precipitation.Number of Days1421918191317215131620
Total Fall Inches1.572.960.972.'19329
Difference from Average †—0.30+ 1 33—069+ 0.56+0.47—012—0'u4—0.75—1.59—0.74+083+ 1.24

* The hours of observation are 9 a.m and 9 p.m., local time.
† The averages used are obtained from observations extending over 35 years for Rainfall and Temperature and 25 years for Sunshine,