What was hurricane charleys wind speed?
Hurricane Charley had 150 mph winds at peak intensity.
By the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale, a category one hurricane wind speed is 74 to 95 mph, a category two hurricane wind speed is 96 to 110 mph, a category three hurricane wind speed is 111 to 130 mph, a category four hurricane wind speed is 131 to 155 mph, a category five hurricane wind speed is >155 mph. so how fast do they move that will be 137mph.
The highest recorded wind speed for a tornado is 301mph +/-20 recorded in the Moore, Oklahoma F5 tornado of May 3, 1999. The highest wind recorded in a hurricane was about 190 mph in Hurricane Camille in 1969. Winds in this hurricane may have even over 200 mph, but that is difficult to determine as nearly all the wind gauges in the storm's path were destroyed.