2 edition of cold winter of 1933-34. found in the catalog.
cold winter of 1933-34.
Charles Henry Pierce
Reprinted from Bull. Am. Meteorological Soc., March, 1934, Vol. 15.
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The North American cold wave ranks among the most intense cold waves in the recorded history of North America. The Midwestern United States and the Canadian Prairies were hit the hardest. Only the Southwestern United States and California largely escaped its effects.
February was the coldest February on record in the contiguous U.S., narrowly eclipsing February THE WORST WEATHER IN THE WORLD The most extreme feature of the climate on Mount Washington is the velocity of the wind.
Figure 1 shows the three-year average of the hourly wind velocity on the summit. This diagram, which shows average wind velocity of around 55 m.p.h. (miles per hour) from December to March, and more than 20 m.p.h. in the summer months, may not, at first blush, give.
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A farmer from Buchan in North East Scotland, one of the snowiest parts of lowland Britain, wrote in the agricultural section of the local newspaper during the exceptionally mild winter of / “ has opened true to the modern tradition of open, snowless winters. The long ago winters are no precedent for our modern samples.
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