Rainfall and Snow of the United States Compiled to the End of 1891 with Annual Seasonal Monthly and Other Charts

Inspecting the combined results we find that in winter precipitation is most frequent in the forenoon , in summer in the afternoon or evening . In both spring and summer there is a minimum of rainfall about noon and midnight .

Author: Mark Walrod Harrington

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ISBN: HARVARD:HX752H

Category: Precipitation (Meteorology)

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"Sir: I have the honor to transmit herewith a paper on the 'Rainfall and Snow of the United States, Compiled to the End of 1891, with Annual, Seasonal, Monthly, and other Charts,' and to recommend its publication as Weather Bureau Bulletin C. The charts referred to have already been published in atlas form under the same title"--Letter of transmittal.

Super Earth

DELUGE SOUTH ASIAN MONSOON Every summer the Indian subcontinent experiences months of heavy rain. At the end of summer the heavy rain stops, and there may be months of drought before rain falls again. The reason for this is a seasonal ...

Author: DK

Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd

ISBN: 9780241319741

Category: Young Adult Nonfiction

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From natural disasters to spectacular waterfalls, see our spectacular planet's most amazing natural wonders in this exciting visual e-guide about Earth. Discover the remarkable power of the world around us with SuperEarth. Take a journey through colourful coral reefs, see the drama of a volcanic eruption, and discover castle-like ice caves in this thrilling e-guide including incredible facts and stats. SuperEarth reveals the wonders of our world as you've never seen them before - looking down from above, deep underground, and from the middle of a raging thunderstorm. With amazing CGI artworks taking you closer than ever before to Mount Etna, the Great Blue Hole, a hurricane, and many more, you'll see the world in a different light. Each natural wonder is profiled with stunning photography or a special CGI artwork, and includes clear descriptions of the wonder and the science behind its formation. A quick-reference box within each profile highlights need-to-know stats and info. This is a perfect e-guide for school projects or those wanting to know more about our fascinating planet.

The Journal of Agriculture July 1851 March 1853

e 5 그 d f e st II ch A changeable March , followed by a catching showery summer ; a mild , wet autumnal equinox , succeeded by a dripping autumn , a short duration of ... To the end of July , hot sultry weather , with copious rain .

Author: William Blackwood & Sons

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ISBN: LOC:00026913615

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Annale Universiteit van Stellenbosch

The first six months were characterised by winter weather and the second six months by summer weather . ... In the most typical summer months , December to March , the relative variability was greater and the gauges at the end of the ...

Author: University of Stellenbosch

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ISBN: UOM:39015069591124

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Teleology in the Ancient World

Themistius, in Paraphrase of Aristotle's Physics 60.9–14,26 argues that the primary purpose of the rain is ... clear that it is not per accidens that the corn is made to grow by the rain, so that the rain occurs with some end in view, ...

Author: Julius Rocca

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107036635

Category: History

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The ancient origins of teleological concepts are sometimes either conveniently forgotten or given a distorted appearance. On the one hand, ancient teleology has been obscured by the theological cloak of creationism. On the other, Darwinists have sometimes failed to give due consideration to the variety and subtlety of teleology's intellectual antecedents. The purpose of this book is to restore the balance by looking at the manifold ways in which teleology in antiquity was viewed. The volume, consisting of twelve essays by leading authorities in their fields, examines the ways in which teleological arguments were used in antiquity and how these discussions inform and influence current debates on evolution, creationism and intelligent design. As well as examining philosophical contributions to the subject, a specific aim is to examine ancient medical thinking on this topic and its relationship to ancient philosophical ideas.

Official Year Book of the Commonwealth of Australia No 57 1971

The weather of 1970 (December 1969 to November 1970) The following is a brief summary of weather experienced during the four seasons ended in November 1970. Plate 4, page 32, shows the rainfall distribution for 1970. Summer, 1969-70.

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The Scots Magazine

1 to a considerable depth , especially if it judge , of the same moisture as garden meet with channels or chasms of any foil two inches deep in dry summer kind , or declining , strata of earth that weather ; afterwards it was exposed ...

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ISBN: NYPL:33433076839285

Category: English literature

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Weekly Climate Bulletin

A convergence zone between the two contrasting air masses measurable rain through the end of summer . Late in the month , a produced a continuing series of thunderstorms and torrential rains light shower in San Antonio , TX ended a ...

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ISBN: UCSD:31822009757816

Category: Climatic changes

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The Monthly Review

However , 65.96 inches of rain have been known to fall in one year , before I kept a journal of the weather. ... a gentleman having won a wager which he made , that it would rain on forty successive days , towards the end of summer .

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Editors: May 1749-Sept. 1803, Ralph Griffiths; Oct. 1803-Apr. 1825, G. E. Griffiths.

The Monthly Review Or Literary Journal Enlarged

However , 65.96 inches of rain have been known to fall in one year , before I kept a journal of the weather . ... a gentleman having won a wager which he made , that it would rain on forty successive days , towards the end of summer .

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ISBN: KBNL:KBNL03000418154

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Crop Production

Cool air gradually displaced the hot , muggy air which had persisted throughout the summer and by the end of September the heat wave ended . ... The weather switched abruptly from hot summer to cool fall early in October .

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ISBN: UCBK:C052375997

Category: Agriculture

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The Rain at the End of the Summer

An unplanned pregnancy brings disorder to the otherwise amicable O'Brien household and the various characters are torn apart by their beliefs in the best way to deal with the pregnancy.

Author: John B. Keane

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ISBN: 1781174806

Category: Performing Arts

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An unplanned pregnancy brings disorder to the otherwise amicable O'Brien household and the various characters are torn apart by their beliefs in the best way to deal with the pregnancy. Keen but never unkind, the attention of Ireland's best-loved writer falls on human vanities and frailties of all kinds.

Flowers in the Rain Other Stories

A collection of short stories includes tales of a mother conversing with her son on the morning of his wedding, and a young girl encountering first love

Author: Rosamunde Pilcher

Publisher: Macmillan Reference USA

ISBN: 0816154104

Category: Fiction

Page: 376

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A collection of short stories includes tales of a mother conversing with her son on the morning of his wedding, and a young girl encountering first love

The Railway Preservation Revolution

The local council sponsored some summer Sunday passenger services to Stanhope between 1988 and 1992. ... The main locomotive in use at the end of the summer season, a Peckett 0-6-0ST industrial engine, nicknamed 'The Mardy Monster', ...

Author: Jonathan Brown

Publisher: Casemate Publishers

ISBN: 9781473891197

Category: Transportation

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A ride on a steam train is a popular family outing. More than 100 heritage railways cater for that demand, capturing the spirit of nostalgia while preserving the engines and equipment of past days of rail travel. Their interests even extend to the modern era of 1960's - 70's diesels.Those heritage railways themselves have a long pedigree, back to 1951, when a group of enthusiasts saved the Talyllyn Railway in mid-Wales from closure. They ran this railway as volunteers, out of their love of the little trains and a desire to keep it going. Their example was followed by many more preservation societies who preserved and restored branch lines, country lines and industrial lines for our enjoyment now.Six decades have passed, and we are now beginning to realize what an impressive history the heritage railway movement has. This book traces that history, from the humble beginnings the hopes and ambitions of the pioneers on the different railway projects. There were times of failure and frustration, as some fell by the wayside, but others have made it through times of adversity to become the major heritage businesses of today.

Report

In summer weather the effect of rain is quickly neutralized by the more powerful forces of evaporation which exist at that time, the rain ... From early spring up to the end of summer the year l92() was an exceptionally wet one.

Author: Great Britain. Fuel Research Board

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ISBN: CHI:69342650

Category: Coal

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