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The Big Wind

 

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On April 12, 1934, a big wind blue in New Hampshire? At 231 miles per hour, it was the strongest wind ever measured on earth’s surface the wind were recorded during the morning hours at a weather observatory atop Mount Washington. That observatory records hurricane-force winds more then 100 days each year. Mount Washington, what is in the clouds about 60 percent of the time, is called the “Home of the Worlds Worst Weather.

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On April 12, 1934, a big wind blew in New Hampshire. At 231 miles per hour, it was the strongest wind ever measured on Earth's surface. The wind was recorded during the morning hours at a weather observatory atop Mount Washington. That observatory records hurricane-force winds more than 100 days each year. Mount Washington, which is in the clouds about 60 percent of the time, is called the "Home of the World's Worst Weather."


Article by Gary Hopkins
Education World® Editor in Chief
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04/2005