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M.48 .640 M.60
A. 53

Rain most . 108A. 57)

Cble. most of day.

.625 A.6

of day.
M.151 .292 M.55

Forn. h.rain,
Cble.

.672 M.60
A. 50

Rain morn. .408 A.55 aft. fair,dull. 30

CH .718 A. 60

fair day: M.114 .325 M.57

Rain most
Cble

.825 M.60)

M.45)
A. 56 .230 A. 56

Dull, with 31

w.

.840 A.58 ) showers rain. M. 13 .119 M.54 A.50

Foren. rain,

Cble.
.150 A.56} aftern. fair.

Average of Rain, 3.673 Inches.

A. 55

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