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|Title: Answer 069|
Concept: The strongest category of tornado, the EF-5, is defined as having winds over 200 mph. How much over? On 3 May 1999, a chase team near Oklahoma City used a Doppler on Wheels (DOW) to record a 301 mph wind, though at about 330 ft above the ground.
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