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gustiness

[′gəs·tē·nəs]
(meteorology)
A quality of airflow characterized by gusts.
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it was a wild, gusty night when my uncle closed the bailie's door, and settling his hat firmly on his head to prevent the wind from taking it, thrust his hands into his pockets, and looking upward, took a short survey of the state of the weather.
We feel this site should be available to anyone," Gusty said.
A grower, Laique Sheikhana of Nawabpur, said gusty winds damaged ripen fruits which was alone source of income for growers in the area.
Winds are likely to be moderately rough in general but could become gusty at times, blowing up dust and sand.
Also there is south westerly to southerly wind from 45 to 55 kmph gusty wind, they said.
Mother Nature will be reminding Southern California residents this week that it's still winter, as a cold front arrives from the north, bringing low temperatures, gusty winds and the strong possibility of rain.
The storm is expected to bring heavy rain and strong gusty winds which could reach up to 75mph, forecasters said.
She is also friends with two humans, Rusty and Lenore, as well as a six-year-old wind from the North Pole named Gusty.
Watson held the overnight lead on the first day before falling victim to Friday's vicious pin placements and gusty conditions.
Strong gusty winds and rainfall hit the Isle of Youth off Cuba's south coast yesterday evening (19 September) as the centre of the storm approached.
Or, put another way, "the particular liveliness of daffodils in gusty winds.