The surface wind speed around the centre of the depression is estimated by 25 knots according to charts of nearby forecast stations.
What does SFC stand for?
SFC stands for Surface Wind Speed (weather reports)
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Climate changes include the increase of carbon dioxide concentration in the air and a reduction of surface wind speed in many areas.
A tropical storm, where the maximum sustained surface wind speed ranges from 39 to 73 miles per hour or 63 to 118 kilometers per hour (kph), is weaker than a hurricane, where sustained winds are 119 kph or faster.
The TRMM microwave imager (TMI), Hughes' second-generation microwave imager, advanced the microwave-imaging technology to include the ability to supply information useful for tropical storm tracking, cloud and soil moisture levels, land and sea surface temperatures, wave height, and sea surface wind speeds.
Additionally, TMI is capable of supplying information useful for tropical storm tracking, cloud and soil moisture levels, land and sea surface temperatures, wave height, and sea surface wind speeds.
This will enable NDrive to present consumers with important information related to travel such as accumulated ice, rain and snow, cloud cover, dew point, temperature, feels-like, Supercell index indicating the threat of severe thunderstorms and tornados, surface wind speed and direction, hourly weather, and brief weather text phrases.
Washington holds the all-time surface wind speed from a gust recorded at 231 miles per hour in 1931, and holds the world's "Worst Weather" title.
and the data are used to determine global sea surface wind speed and direction as well as to monitor solar mass ejections from the sun.