Peak Wind Reports for Sunday, August 22nd, 2010

Gusty south winds occurred Sunday due to a low pressure system that moved into the northern Plains. The strongest winds in the local area occurred around Valentine in north central Nebraska because it was closest to the low pressure system. The peak wind gust at Valentine was 45 mph at 1:45 p.m. CDT.

Below are the peak wind reports for Sunday from airport locations in western and north central Nebraska.  

     
LOCATION HIGHEST SUSTAINED WIND PEAK WIND GUST GUST TIME  
 
AINSWORTH 31 MPH 37 MPH 130 PM CDT  
BROKEN BOW 22 MPH 29 MPH 543 PM CDT  
IMPERIAL 28 MPH 38 MPH 1251 PM MDT  
NORTH PLATTE 24 MPH 32 MPH 154 PM CDT  
OGALLALA 25 MPH 35 MPH 1050 AM MDT  
ONEILL 18 MPH 24 MPH 430 PM CDT  
THEDFORD 30 MPH 38 MPH 210 PM CDT  
VALENTINE 36 MPH 45 MPH 145 PM CDT  
 

 

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