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Weather Data for 4 Oct 1900

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Kitty Hawk Weather Station
Wind DirectionWind VelocityHigh TemperatureLow TemperaturePrecipitation
NENo Record7767No Record



Kitty Hawk Life Saving Station
MidnightSunriseNoonSunset
Wind DirectionNENNN
Wind ForceModerateModerateModerateModerate
SurfHighHighHighHigh
Barometer30.330.330.330.2
ThermometerNo RecordNo RecordNo RecordNo Record
Vessels SeenNo Record
General RemarksJR Best on watch for the day; Telephone test at 7 am; Recd 5 16 foot oars, 1 anchor Boat 26 lbs, 6 rubber Buckets for Boat, 2 hatchets Boat; Beach patrol, Sandlin North from 8 am to 12 noon, Toler South from 8 am to 12 noon, Gallop north from 2 Pm to 5 Pm, Griggs south from 2 Pm to 5 Pm; Beach two wet for Beach drill; Twiford on day Leave
KeeperS.J. Payne Keeper



Kill Devil Hills Life Saving Station
MidnightSunriseNoonSunset
Wind DirectionNENENENE
Wind ForceFreshLightLightLight
SurfRoughRoughRoughRough
Barometer30.3130.2730.2930.25
Thermometer77767879
Vessels SeenNo Record
General RemarksCB Perry on day Watch; Test 7 am; Beach Patroled from Sunrise until 2 Pm on the account of Thick Fog; Drilled with Beach apparatus distance from Crotch to Pole 60 yards time 4.10; Exspended 2 ozs Powder 1 friction Primer 1 C.B.
KeeperJ.E. Ward Keeper




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