storm wind

storm wind

[′stȯrm ‚wind]
(meteorology)
In the Beaufort wind scale, a wind whose speed is from 56 to 63 knots (64 to 72 miles per hour or 104 to 117 kilometers per hour).
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Storm wind farm, CCI now owns and/or provides management services to 13 power generation assets totalling approximately 3,800 MW across the US and Europe.
A critical part of accurately forecasting tropical cyclones (TCs) is estimating the storm wind radii as a gauge of storm structure and size.
BAKE[pounds sterling] (CyHAN)- Heavy rain and storm wind that struck Batumi on the night of Aug.26, didn't create problems for Azerbaijani tourists who spend their holidays in this resort town of Georgia, Consul of Azerbaijan in Batumi Arzu Mikayilov told Trend Aug.26.
Two people became victims of the storm wind in Kyrgyzstan, the Emergencies Ministry reported on June 9.
Broadcasting their warnings of storm wind conditions for Sunday night and Monday morning (March 9&10) they lumped together South West England and Wales, where as up here in North Wales there was no sign of such winds.
"Ghosn's presence is like a storm wind," remarked Akio Kosai, chairman of Sumitomo Chemical, Japan's second-largest chemical maker.
Due to heavy snowfall and storm wind the traffic on Trakia Motorway in the section from Karnobat to Bourgas is stopped, and in the section between Yambol and Karnobat is limited for vehicles above 12 tons, the press center of the Road Infrastructure Agency announced.
In 2016, NASA plans to launch a system of small satellites, called the Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System (CYGNSS), to measure reflected GPS satellite signals from low orbit to monitor storm wind speeds from space.
The US Hurricane National Hurricane Center in Miami said last night that the gusts of the tropical storm wind had reached 95 kilometers per hour.
He even likened the storm wind to that produced by a jet engine.
Release date- 03092019 - The National Weather Service has placed the Central Florida region under a Tropical Storm Warning which means Orlando International Airport could see sustained tropical storm winds of between 40-45 miles per hour which prevents the safe operation of automated people mover systems and places first responders in harm's way when responding to emergency situations.
And despite the slow movement, the wind field has continued growing, with tropical storm winds reaching 175 miles from the eye of the storm.