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Weather Data for 9 Oct 1903

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Kitty Hawk Weather Station
Wind DirectionWind VelocityHigh TemperatureLow TemperaturePrecipitation
N4868582.2



Kitty Hawk Life Saving Station
MidnightSunriseNoonSunset
Wind DirectionNNWNWNNWNNW
Wind ForceGailGailGailStrong
SurfHighHighHighHigh
Barometer29.629.529.529.5
Thermometer60605658
Vessels SeenNo Record
General RemarksHG Smith on watch for the day; Telephone Test at 7 am; Practiced Resussitation; CH Toler & ON Twiford on Patrole from 2 Pm to 5 Pm on account of Thick Stormy weather
KeeperA.B.L. Tillett Keeper



Kill Devil Hills Life Saving Station
MidnightSunriseNoonSunset
Wind DirectionNNWNNWNNWN
Wind ForceStrongStrongStrong GaleStrong Gale
SurfHighVery HighVery HighVery High
Barometer29.629.529.4529.4
ThermometerNo RecordNo RecordNo RecordNo Record
Vessels SeenNo Record
General RemarksA.D. Etheridge on day Watch; Test 11:20 am; Resuscitation Drill omited on the account of Patroling the Beach on the account of Thick Weather; the old Condemned Surf Boat at this Station was Laying on the Beach near the Station Blowed about 200 yards Last night in the storm and Completly Broke up rendering her Worthless
KeeperJ.E. Ward Keeper



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