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High winds broke branches above the water and stripped off their leaves.
If those wind patterns themselves stall, slow down dramatically, or change directions rather abruptly, the hurricane will be sort of directionless and it can sit there stalling.
That event may take the wind out of the traditional Cyberweek sales if people spend their money early.
When winds from the north dominated, and there was more sea ice, there was less oxygen-18 in the cellulose.
Researchers say still don’t know what whipped up this newly discovered wind event.
Transitioning the electricity grid as a whole to greater use of clean energy sources, like solar and wind, will steadily reduce the indirect greenhouse-gas emissions from the energy used to power air-conditioning units.
Further research also needs to untangle why “Stonehenge hums when the wind blows hard,” he says.
The wind blows down a power line, or lightning strikes dry grass, and an inferno ensues.
Hurricane Katrina was a Category 3 storm with 125 mph winds, though it still holds the record for most intense hurricane in Louisiana by barometric pressure.
It gets pushed to the shore and the wind is blowing over it and piling up the water towards the shoreline.

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