hurricane-force


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hurricane-force

adj hurricane-force windWind mvon Orkanstärke
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Danny is a tiny storm, with hurricane-force winds extending outward only 20 kilometers from its center.
NNA - A tropical cyclone has hit north Queensland in Australia, bringing with it hurricane-force winds and a powerful storm tide.
NEW Englanders hit by a blizzard packing knee-high snowfall and hurricane-force winds have begun digging themselves out - as some New Yorkers and others spared its full fury questioned whether forecasts were overblown.
Hurricane-force winds extended up to 60 mile from its centre as it bore down on Bermuda.
McCrary Training and Storm Center, built to endure hurricane-force winds, is a hub to enhance the handling of huge storms and keep the utility s employees highly trained.
Last week's hurricane-force winds left a swathe of destruction across Cwm Woods Pic: MIKE DAVIES
Hurricane-force winds have lashed France and Britain, causing five deaths in Britain and one in France.
Faced with hurricane-force winds and severe flooding, emergency services have launched rescue operations across the country, as the storm moves south from Scotland, which was hit by gusts of up to 142mph.
Hurricane-force winds bring travel chaos to Britain
Professor David Harper, of the Department of Earth Sciences, at Durham said: "It is likely that the weather forecast would have featured frequent hurricane-force storms in New York and other eastern states, and warmer, more tropical weather from Seattle to California.
Superintendent of Financial Services Benjamin Lawsky said the state told the insurance industry that deductibles weren't triggered because Sandy did not sustain hurricane-force winds when it hit New York.
With hurricane-force winds of more than 100 mph in some places, the storm that was also known as the "Big Blow," resulted in the deaths of almost 50 people between Northern California and British Columbia, including five in Eugene.