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kmph

abbr.
kilometers per hour
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With gusts of over 321 kmph, Dorian has become "the strongest hurricane in modern records for the northwestern Bahamas," according to the Centre.
Winds will be South-westerly and speed will be (30-40) kmph in the sea areas around the island.
"Radars will now flash motorists at 141 kmph instead of 161 kmph." Police urged motorists to observe the new speed limit to avoid fines.
In the sea resort of Digha, the win speed reached 70 kmph in some areas, in Frazerganj the wind velocity was between 60 and 70 kmph.
Wind gust of up to 70 kmph are expected in the sea areas off the coast extending fromHambanthota to Pottuvil and the sea areas off the coast extending from Puttalam toKankasanturai via Mannar.
The wind speed around the centre is estimated to be around 64-70 knots/119-130 kmph. The cyclone is about 460 km away from Salalah."
The storm had winds of around 168 kmph and was moving west-northwest at about 14 kmph, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) said.
Initially, the prototype train - which can carry 300 to 1,000 kg of load - will run at speeds around 0-50kmph, but Zigang hopes to touch the 400kmph mark by the end of this year, ultimately moving toward the goal of 1,000 kmph. This would essentially mean going from New York to Washington, D.C.
As per the plan, the top speed of Rajdhani Express on these routes will be increased from 130 kmph at present to 160 kmph.
He said that project envisaged raising of speed to 160 KMPH in most of its length (120 KMPH in some bits between Lalamusa - Peshawar, restricted due to geographical constraints).