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I WIND AND WEATHER CHART.I

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I WIND AND WEATHER CHART. I The chart represents the western countries of Europe from Norway to'the coast of Portugal, and embraces Great Britain and the British Isles. It also includes the North Sea or German Ocean, the Bay of Biscay, the Mediterranean,the Atlantic, with the English Channel.Bristol Channel,and Irish Sea. EXPLANATION Ot CHART. The direction and force of the wind are shown by 11.1" rows drawn f'vj 1:in the direction towards which the air is moving The force is indicated by the number of barOs :vt.d feathers the arrows; thus means a light wind, —> a fresh to strong i>reeze,>—$» a Rale, jo-' a violent gale, while 0 represents a calm. Tlie shade temperatures at a lar^e number oi stations are given 111 fii,u~cs (thus, 60), which are placed close to the po:itieTi to which they refer. The weather prevailing at the time of the observation is noted in words printed :a small typc for the Lame localit'e; as those for which the temperatures are entered. The condition of the sea is giveu in capital leiteri. Oecasionally a few words are added to the top of the chart, explanatory of important phenomena which have occurred since the previous mominf. Q RK.\[ARKS ON THE WEATHER. MMEORCLOQICAL OFFICB, Jan. 3rd, 8 a.m. Weather is iu a very changeable unsettled cou- dition over Ireland and England. In most places the sky is overcast, fog is very general at the English stations, rain in thi S. and S. E., snow in thp N. The rain has again been heavy in the S., the larger amounts measured being 0.8 ins. at Scilly, 0.7 ins. at Hurst Castle and Oxford, 0.6 in. in London, and 0.5 in. at Dover, Cambridge, and Jersey. Temperature has risen fast in the ;I" but fallen in the N., as much ai 15 degrees at Aberdeen, and this morning s readings vary from 50 degrees at Biarritz to between 46 degrees and 50 degrees on our S. coast, 2D degrees at York and 15 deg. at Aberdeen. Still further to the northward (at Chiistiansund) it is 35 degrees. Wind is exceedingly variable. A slight westerly to southerly gale prevails in the Channel, a fresh south*easterly breeze at Yar- mouth, calini on our N.E. coasts, moderate to fretdi easterly winds in the N.W., light W. to N.W. wiuds in Scotland, aud a westerly Rale over the southern parts of Scaudinavia. In the N. of Sweden the wind is north-easterly, and at Hermo- sand uort-h-eastet-iy. Sea is high in some parts of the Channel, rough in others, generally moderate cn our N. and W. coasts. EAROM&TKICAL INDICATIONS.—These are very complex. The highest readings (30'1 ins. and up- wards) arc still reported in the S. of France. A rather deep depression lies over the Gulf of I Bothnia, a seco-id over England, a third is approaching the W. of Ireland, and there are in- dications of others advancing toward the W. of Norway and the Bay of Biscay. Our S.W.S. aud E. coasta were warned yesterday. Two P.M.—The depression over England is passing off to the eastward, and the barometer ipi rising at Scilly and Holyhead. The motion of the new depression in Ireland is doubtful, owing to an apparent error in the Mullaghmore report.

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