What is the definition of winds?
The amount of low or high pressure in the area moving at a constant speed. also determined by where the wind is coming from(south,north).
Arguably the intense winds of the jet stream. Maybe the winds found inside a tornado. It depends on your definition of 'winds'. In a tornado, winds can supass 300mph, but tornadoes only tend to last a short period of time. The winds in the very thin atmosphere high above the Earth are very, very fast moving, but have little effect as the air is so thin. Also, winds tend to be 'made' of air, by…
It depends on the cyclone, and the tornado. In some cases cyclone winds and tornado winds fall into the same range. However, tornado winds are generally stronger. By definition, a tornado must produce winds strong enough to cause damage; the same is not true of a cyclone. The very strongest tornadoes produce winds in excess of 300 mph, the fastest winds on earth.