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Hurricane Ophelia: How can you tell when wind becomes a hurricane?

ChronicleLive - Oct 16, 2017
To determine whether a wind has developed into a gale or a storm the Met Office uses the Beaufort scale. The scale was designed in 1805 by naval office Francis Beaufort, who developed the system based on observed sea conditions. Using the scale ...

Come rain or shine…

The Forest of Dean Review - Oct 18, 2017
... current, maximum and minimum temperatures and humidity, two soil thermometers, and “grass” and “concrete” measurements'; the rain gauge; the Campbell-Stokes sunshine recorder on the observatory tower and wind conditions using the Beaufort scale.

Typhoon threatens as city continues to melt

Hong Kong Standard (press release) - Oct 12, 2017
Meanwhile, the mainland's meteorological services predicted a depression of force 7 on the Beaufort scale will move northwest at a speed of 25 to 30 kmh, intensifying gradually into the 20th typhoon this year. It will move across northwest Luzon ...

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Beaufort Scale Explained

The Beaufort Scale has been used since 1805 to measure the strength of the wind, and the scale is still being used today. The scale is divided into 13 forces and ...

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Beaufort scale almost 12 14-15m waves.

Beaufort Scale Explained | Ocean Edition

This video explains what happens to the Ocean at each stage of the Beaufort Scale. British Educational YouTuber trying to make sense of this complicated world ...

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Deane explains how the Beaufort Scale is used to measure and compare wind speeds. Some critical wind speeds are demonstrated in the television studio.