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Oct 20, 2020

[Answer] Which state saw the highest-ever wind speed recorded in the U.S.?

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...1. California 2. Oklahoma 3. Texas 4. New Hampshire




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New Hampshire - Despite tornadoes that rage throughout the Midwest and hurricanes that rip up the Atlantic coastline, it’s New Hampshire that boasts the record for the highest wind speed ever recorded in the United States. The state’s Mount Washington boasts the slogan, "Home of the World's Worst Weather" and with good reason. On April 12, 1934, a new world record was set when winds of 231 mph swept across Mount Washington's summit. This record stayed in place for nearly 62 years, until Tropical Cyclone Olivia hit Barrow Island, Australia, in 1996. The highest peak in the northeastern U.S., Mount Washington has a height of 6,288 feet. Its location in the crossroads of storm systems from the Atlantic, the Gulf, and the Pacific Northwest, is responsible for its gusty winds and volatile weather.:


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