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Weather Data for 28 Oct 1911

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Kitty Hawk Life Saving Station
MidnightSunriseNoonSunset
Wind DirectionNNNENENE
Wind ForceFreshFreshFreshFresh
SurfRoughHighHighHigh
Barometer30.230.230.230.1
Thermometer60575857
Vessels SeenNo Record
General RemarksTest at 6 am; Crew Imployed in House Duty; GW Baum North 2 Pm to 4 Pm Thick Weather
KeeperA.B.L. Tillett Keeper



Kill Devil Hills Life Saving Station
MidnightSunriseNoonSunset
Wind DirectionNNNENE
Wind ForceLightFreshFreshFresh
SurfRoughRoughRoughHigh
Barometer29.529.629.629.55
Thermometer62605858
Vessels SeenNo Record
General RemarksWhile Surfman Wescott was on Patrol from Sunset to nine Pm at 8 Pm ahalf amile north of this Station discovered a Steamer Running to near the Breakers for Safety, Burnt a Coston Signal to Warn him of he immediately change his Corse and Hawled off Shore; Exspended 3 Coston Signals
KeeperJ.E. Ward Keeper




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