The winds on Venus are about 300 mph
there are very strong winds that go about 1100 miles per hour
The term is somewhat ambiguous but generally refers to extremely strong winds in the 45mph range, which equates to about the same in knots, and about 75kph in metric.
Microbursts can produce winds of up to 150 miles per hour.
Hurricane force winds are 74 mph or greater.
35 miles per hour
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It varies considerably. A tropical storm must have sustained winds of at least 74 miles per hour to be considered a hurricane. Hurricanes with sustained winds has high as 200 miles per hour have been observed, along with stronger gusts.
A steady 336 miles per hour. Record winds of 628miles per hour.
Category 1 (the lowest) for a hurricane is winds of 74-95 miles an hour.
A category 5 hurricane has sustained winds of at least157 miles per hour.
I tropical storm has stronger winds that a tropical depression. A tropical depression has maximum sustained winds of less the 39 miles per hour, while a tropical storm has maximum sustained winds between 40 and 74 miles per hour.
52 knots is about 60 miles per hour.
80 miles = 129 km (rounded)
400 miles an hour.
Yes, Saturn does have winds. Saturn's atmospheric environment is one of strong gravity, high pressure strong winds, from 225 miles per hour to 1000 miles per hour, and cold temperatures of -270 degrees to +80 degrees.
By definition it is a hurricane. A hurricane is a tropical cyclone with winds of 74 mph or more.
At peak intensity Hurricane Irma has sustained winds of 185 miles per hour.
The minimum wind speed for a storm to be considered a typhoon is 74 miles per hour. Sustained winds as high as 195 miles per hour have been observed.
A hurricane is a large spinning storm that has winds over 117 kilometers (73 miles) per hour.
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If you are asking about a "category 5" hurricane classification the winds need to be 157 miles per hour or faster.
That is highly variable and is in fact a measure of the hurricane's size. The radius of tropical storm force winds in a hurricane can be less than 100 miles, to more than 600 miles.
At 11am EDT on September 2 2010, Earl's maximum sustained winds were 140 mph. Hurricane force winds extended 90 miles out from the center, while tropical storm force winds extended 230 miles from the eye.
In the eyewall of the storm, large changes in pressure create the hurricane's strongest winds. These winds can reach nearly 200 miles (320 kilometers) per hour.