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Wind, Anemometer, Storm, Weather Records, Questions and Answers, Answers, Weather History
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|Title: Answer 167|
Concept: 231 mph - the strongest sustained wind ever recorded, on Mt. Washington, NH.
Detail: The sustained 231 mph gust recorded at the mountain top observatory in New Hampshire remains the strongest wind recorded by an instrument on the earth's surface. Radar has indicated winds just above 300 mph in a tornado, and wind gusts to over 250 mph have been reported in an Australian tropical cyclone.
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