Winds can be described by their magnitude and direction. Magnitude (the speed of the wind) can be represented by the actual wind speed value (typically in knots, mph, or meters per second) or by a scale such as the Beaufort Scale which categorizes wind speeds into one of 13 categories from 0 to 12, with each level spanning between 3 and 6 knots of wind speed (for example Beaufort Force 4 typically represents wind speeds from 11 to 16 knots). The Beaufort Scale also provides a one or two word description for each level. Winds of Beaufort Force 4 are described as "moderate" or "moderate breeze". Direction is typically given in either degrees (0 - 360) or cardinal coordinates (N, NE, SW, etc) where the value describes the direction from which the wind is blowing. For example a wind that is blowing towards the north-east would be described as a south-westerly wind, or as blowing from 225 degrees.
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strength, and direction.
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strength and direction
Two ways a tornado can cause damage to property is through very strong winds and debris carried by those winds.
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A cirrus cloud can be described as wispy and feathery.
The two main types of wind are Local winds and Global winds.
Tornadoes cause damage though their strong winds and flying debris.
Speed, direction, average temperature, steadiness of direction, vorticity.
Both hurricanes and tornadoes cause damage through a combination of very strong winds, and debris carried by those winds. Hurricanes can also cause damage through flooding as a result of heavy rain and the storm surge.
Cool and Hot winds
The southeast and northeast winds
A formula or graph are two ways to describe a math function. How a math function is described depends on the domain of the function or the complexity of the function.
Weather is described in terms of temperature, humidity, air pressure, and cloud types. It can also be described in terms of the ever changing winds in the atmosphere and the types of clouds.
The two winds that bring us nice weather are the good and the awesome winds of Kindness
Tornadoes destroy property in two ways. Powerful winds can tear apart or collapse structures. Second, the winds can carry objects at high speeds, this flying debris can make damage more severe than the wind alone.
Two ways in which genetic disorders can be helped is by genetic counseling and also genetic education.Those with genetic disorders such as the lame can be offered wheelchairs for movement.
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global winds and trade winds
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Icy Cold with snow and bitterly cold winds
Category 4 winds are in the range of 130-156 mph. In other words, the hurricane regularly maintains such winds for periods upwards of a minute.
Hurricanes and tornadoes can both cause damage through a combination of powerful winds and debris carried by those winds. Hurricanes also cause massive damage through flooding.
A magnet. It is described as a Magnet.