New Zealand. New Zealand is the windiest country in the world when measured according to wind resource near population centers. The wind is very reliable on a seasonal basis, but it does not blow every day. However, the windiest continent on Earth is Antarctica. Its coast and interior are particularly beset by katabatic winds, gravity-driven winds that flow down the interior mountains and steeper slopes of the coastal regions. The winds are surface winds, only reaching heights of about 1500 feet, although this height varies. Wind speeds can accelerate suddenly from quiet conditions to 60 feet per second (40 mph).
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