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East Ham 1945

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for East Ham]

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TABLE 32.

METEOROLOGICAL RECORD—YEAR 1945.

Rain Gauge 5-in. in diameter, placed 1 foot above ground, 15 feet above sea level. Temperature taken in the shade of a Stevenson's Screen, 5 feet from the ground.

Months.Temperature of Air during the Month.Rainfall.
Mean ofMean Temperature of Air.No. of Days on which Rain fell, 0.01 and over.Amount collected in inches.Mean rate of fall for Rainy Days.Greatest fall in 24 hours.Date of greatest fall.
Highest Maximum.Lowest Minimum.All Highest.All Lowest.
January49°Thermometer under repair38°.5161.640.100.4729th
February61°32°52°.740°.646°.5111.320.120.4611th
March68°32°55°.840°.648°.2111.130.100.6225th
April79°32°61°.543°.753°.080.310.040.3128th
May85°33°66°.047°.556°.7132.130.160.523rd
June80°45°69°.5Thermometer under repair part of month161.90.120.4521st
July86°47°74°.156°.065°.192.80.311.3214th
August86°49°71°.153°.962°.581.30.160.629th
September77°39°66°.753°.360°.2120.720.060.391st
October73°40°62°.347°.059°.891.720.190.5323rd
November61°32°50°.842°.045°.970.110.020.021st, 4th, 12 th
December55°26°47°.036°.440°.4152.680.180.6522nd 27th
Means and Totals for the Year86°26°59°.7*46°.1*53°.813517.760.131.3214th July
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* Mean for 10 months.


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