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Climatic conditions during November were mostly seasonable. The temperature averaged somewhat below normal, while there was a moderate excess in precipitation, but they represented gradual ac cumulations rather than extreme or unusual conditions for any particular period. The chief feature of the month's weather, which afiected stream fl:ows, was the fairly heavy and general rain that occurred on the 13th. More than one-third of the total precipitation for the month took place at that time. The stream fl:ows were in general materially increased, ground water supplies replenished, lakes, ponds and reservoirs filled and ample. Water supplies assured for the winter months.

The temperatures for December averaged about normal, while the precipitation was but little more than half the usual amount and much less than the ordinary proportion of it was in the form of snow. More than half of the total precipitation for the month took place during the first week when the temperatures were above freezing and as a whole there were increased stream fl:ows. The Allegheny and North Branch Susquehanna Rivers were most afiected.

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