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gapertimmy

got wind?

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wind readings from the top of bachelor over the past 12 hours, new data is on the left, old on the right. blue line represents the max gust over the hour, bar is the average.

 

sumtin is blowin in!

 

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The greatest gust of wind ever recorded was 231 mph on top of Mount Washington, N.H. in 1934.

 

The fastest wind speed ever recorded was 318 mph, in a tornado that hit the suburbs of Oklahoma City in 1999.

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