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Q: weather info ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   2 Comments )
Subject: weather info
Category: Science > Earth Sciences
Asked by: spike1960-ga
List Price: $50.00
Posted: 30 Jan 2006 17:03 PST
Expires: 01 Mar 2006 17:03 PST
Question ID: 439438
I need to know the weather for Haverhill, New Hampshire on the evening
of February 09(Monday)2004. The information must be exact. No average
this or average that for the general area. Please give me three places
or sites where you got the temperature if you can, or one site that is
of unimpeachable reputation.. Please include windchill as well. And,
if not too much to ask, what kind of moon was out and was it too
cloudy to see by the light of the moon.

Request for Question Clarification by pafalafa-ga on 31 Jan 2006 15:28 PST

I can't find records for Haverhill, but at the nearby town of Benton,
NH, the weather on February 9, 2004 was as follows:

13 -- Hi temperature

-2 -- Low temp


no precipitation

7 inches of snow/ice on the ground

It was a nearly full moon as well.

No info on windspeed, windchill, and the like, however.

Will that meet your needs?

Clarification of Question by spike1960-ga on 31 Jan 2006 17:30 PST
I hope that I am not sending this clarification twice but here goes. I
am happy with the information provided and would only ask that you
tell me how you came by this knowledge. If you cannot reveal this
information, no problem you may keep the fee. Thanks again.
Subject: Re: weather info
Answered By: pafalafa-ga on 31 Jan 2006 18:05 PST
Rated:5 out of 5 stars

Thanks for giving me the go-ahead on this.  We have no secrets here at
Google Answers, so here's the complete information, as gleaned from a
couple of sites I have bookmarked in my "Weather" section.

The weather data comes directly from the National Weather Service. 
You can see the actual page of hand-written weather entries for
February 2004 here:

by clicking on the file that says [ benton nh weather.jpg ]

You'll see the entries for February 9, 2004 just as I indicated earlier.

The Weather Service data, by the way, comes from the
very-cumersome-but-useful NOAA website at:

The first link on this page to [ Image & Publication System / COOP
Data ] has the record that I extracted the image from.

As for the phases of the moon, I turned to another useful site, the
Weather Underground:

Entering [ haverhill, nh ] in the search box will take you to the
current weather for this location:

About halfway down the page, on the left-hand side, is the "History &
Almanac" box, where you can get historical weather data just by
entering the date.  The weather for February 9, 2004 is here:

which actually covers nearby Plymouth, NH, and -- oddly enough --
there is no historical weather data here.  However, there is phases of
the moon information down near the page-bottom, which tells us that
2/9/04 was an almost full moon:

"Waning Gibbous, 89% of the Moon is Illuminated"

And that was how it was in (near!) Haverhill, NH on February 9, 2004.

Let me know if there's anything else you need.

spike1960-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars and gave an additional tip of: $10.00
This researcher did a great job in quickly attaining for me
information which I believe to be important. It was/is certainly worth
the money.

Subject: Re: weather info
From: narata-ga on 31 Jan 2006 22:47 PST
Although it is a fee based service, here is another site that might be of interest.

Good luck in finding your missing person.  My heart goes out to you...
Subject: Re: weather info
From: spike1960-ga on 01 Feb 2006 10:37 PST
Thank you for your help narata-ga. I am curious about how you knew
that I asked the question so as to learn what the weather was like
when a young woman named Maura Murray went missing on Monday, February
09, 2004 in Haverhill, New Hampshire? I am using the information I
have gathered here to post it on a site dedicated to keeping Maura's
name alive. The site is Please go there to
learn more about this young woman.

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