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Month of November

Meteorological Report for 3rd November, 1865

The rain last night was general, but, except on a few parts of the coast, the winds have been moderate. Today temperatures are more uniform, though higher in the west that elsewhere. The winds are chiefly north westerly, moderate or fresh. Barometric pressure had increased yesterday over Europe generally, more especially in the south west. The tendency to oscillation over the British Isles apparently continues the diminution of yesterday having been succeeded by a fresh increase of pressure.

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