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East Ham 1949

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

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TABLE 12.

METEOROLOGICAL RECORD—YEAR 1949.

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.Mean Temperature of Air.Rainfall.
Highest Maxi-mumfLowest MinimumMean of
All HighestAll LowestNo. of Days on which Rain fell. 0.01 and overAmount collected in inchesMean rate of fall for Rainy DaysGreatest fall in 24 hoursDate of greatest fall
January-23-32.941.35100.770.080.5024th
February1731.041.1560.750.750.238th
March2330.640.9570.700.100.254th/14th
April2839.251.50111.330.120.4128th
May3040.157.88111.620.150.7123rd
June3946.961.1550.590.120.283rd
July884377.451.566.6440.270.070.1716 th
August874175.951.964.9871.260.180.501st
September894473.452.763.7651.150.230.5715 th
October762563.543.353.50155.000.331.0225th
November582150.535.843.30172.010.120.268th
December573049.939.642.95161.460.090.3413 th
Means & Totals for the Year3041.352.4411416.930.191.0225th Oct.
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† The Highest Maximum Thermometer was stolen at the beginning of 1948 and was replaced by the Meterological Office
in June, 1949.


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