Fastest Wind Speed Ever Recorded?


The fastest wind speed ever recorded was 318 miles per hour in Oklahoma where one of the tornadoes was experienced. This cloud was the first ever of its kind classified as an F-6 on the fujita scale. It killed four people and rendered more than a thousand people homeless.
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The fastest wind speed ever recorded on earth was 302 mph. It was measured in an F5 tornado in the Oklahoma City area on May 3, 1999.
A wind speed of 318 mph was recorded in a tornado that killed four people and destroyed 250 homes.
231 mhp in 1934 on Mount Washington, New Hampshire. The highest surface windspeed ever officially recorded is 231 mph (372 k/h) during a gust at the Mount Washington Observatory on
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