A Hittite Prince's Letter

1890 Palestine Exploration Quarterly  
in .August the most prevalent was S.W., and the least were N., N.E., E., and S.E. ; in September the most prevalent was S.W., and the least were N.E., E., S.E., and S. ; in Oct.ober the most prevalent was S.W., and the least was N.; in N ovenlber the mo~t prevalent were S.E., S., and N.E., and the least were N. and N.W. ; and in December the nlOst prevalent were S. and S.W., and the least prevalent were N. and N. W. The most. prevalent wind for the year was S.W., which occurred on 97 different
more » ... ed on 97 different days in the year, and the least prevalent wind was E., which occurred on only 13 times during the year. The numbers in column 29 show the mean amount of cloud at 9 a.m. ; the month with the smallest is August, and the largest in both January and April, which were of the same value. Of the cumulus, or fine weather cloud, -there were 60 instances in the year; of these 18 were in .
doi:10.1179/peq.1890.22.2.115 fatcat:rbn7zxothja47bmqk45aumv43a