Hints from the Health Department. Leaflet from the archive of the Society of Medical Officers of Health. Credit: Wellcome Collection, London
[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for East Ham]
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-mumf||Lowest Minimum||Mean of|
|All Highest||All Lowest||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|
|Means & Totals for the Year||—||30||41.3||52.44||114||16.93||0.19||1.02||25th Oct.|
† The Highest Maximum Thermometer was stolen at the beginning of 1948 and was replaced by the Meterological Office
in June, 1949.