# What is the world's record for wind speed?

The world's record for wind speed is 231 miles per hour, recorded on Mount Washington in New Hampshire on April 12, 1934, during a storm. The record gust was measured by the staff at Mount Washingt... Read More »

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## What is the record wind speed?

The highest natural wind speed ever recorded on planet earth was 231 mph, observed on April 12, 1934 at Mount Washington Observatory in New Hampshire. The record 231 mph wind gust occurred during a... Read More »

## If the wind speed is twenty mph&the temperature is five degrees fahrenheit what is the wind chill?

According to the National Weather Service, if the wind speed is 20 mph and the temperature is 5 degrees F, the wind chill would be -15 degrees F. Wind chill measures how the air temperature combine... Read More »

## If the wind speed doubles what happens to the theoretical wind power?

When wind speed doubles, the theoretical wind power increases by eight times. This is because wind power is determined by the equation "P = 0.5 x rho x A x V^3". Where A is the size of the turbine... Read More »

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