The strongest recorded wind gust was recorded on Mt. Washington in New Hampshire on April 10 1934 at 231mph.
That is true, the strongest recorded wind was the result of air funneling between the top of Mt. Washington and the troposphere. This narrowing of wind increases its strength and speed so it’s not surprising, then, that the strongest winds on earth are associated with tornadoes. Tornadoes are common in the central United States, Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America.
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