H: 14cm, Diameter 6cm
Transparent liquid: The trend is in sunny, clear weather.
Flaky liquid: The trend is cloudy weather and precipitation.
Small flakes: Wet or misty weather.
Small stars: Stormy weather.
Small stars on a beautiful winter day: Trendy snow.
Large flakes: Overcast, possible snow in winter.
Many crystals on the bottom: Risk of frost.
Crystals on the surface: Trend to the storm.
Storm Glass is quoted many times in Jules Verne's Extraordinary Journeys. In particular The Children of Captain Grant from 1867 and Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, Robur the conqueror or Two years of vacation.
Victor Hugo mentions the instrument in Les Travailleurs de la mer in 1866: "In that moment, the captain or the squadron commander who is lucky enough to have one of these storm-glasses whose inventor is unknown observe this glass under the microscope and take precautions against the south wind if the mixture has a melted sugar aspect, and against the north wind if the mixture is exfoliated in crystallizations like ferns thickets or fir woods . "
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