Hurricane Trivia: Where did the fastest winds happen?

The Antarctic is often windy, and the highest recorded wind speed was generated at a French base in…

The Antarctic is often windy, and the highest recorded wind speed was generated at a French base in 1972, when the wind speed was 200 miles per hour (320 km / h).


Hurricane Trivia: Where did the fastest winds happen?
Hurricane Trivia: Where did the fastest winds happen?

The fastest wind speed in the world-Mount Washington Observatory’s normal wind speed can reach 372 km / h, which was recorded on April 12, 1934 in Mount Washington, New Hampshire, USA, but in Oklahoma in May 1999 In a tornado in Homer, the fastest wind speed measured by researchers reached 513 km / h. For comparison, the fastest wind band on Neptune can reach 1448 km / h.

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  2. The hurricane is terrible. Many people are homeless every year because of the hurricane!