Measurements of the speed of the wind raging yesterday revealed a velocity of 84 miles an hour. Accompanying this came first a slight rain, then 4 inches of snow. The Blue hill Observatory, that made these observations, announced that they were not alarming but that a wind of such a high speed is very unusual in Cambridge. the weather bureau promised a cessation of the violence of the storm before midnight last night and fair weather today.
WIND KICKS UP 84-MILE GALE PROMISE FAIR TODAY
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