Yesterday the hurricane was being tracked south-east of Nassau in the Bahamas, moving west-north-west at nearly 9mph.
What does WNW stand for?
WNW stands for West-North-West
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We have 4 other meanings of WNW in our Acronym Attic
- Works Number Update (UK)
- World Nuclear University (UK)
- Wydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu Szczecinskiego (Polish: Wydawnictwo Naukowe University of Szczecin; Szczecin, Poland)
- World Network of Users and Survivors of Psychiatry
- West Nile Virus
- Wineries of Napa Valley (California)
- World Net Visions
- wireless Network Vicinity Assessment (Psiframe)
- West Norfolk Voluntary and Community Action (UK)
- West Nile Virus Maps
- Whole New World
- Wideband Network Waveform (Joint Tactical Radio System program)
- Work Not Welfare (various locations)
- Wrestling News World (website)
- Washington Nuclear Waste Advisory Council
- Washington Nuclear Waste Board
- Waterleidingmaatschappij Noord-West-Brabant (Dutch: Water Supply Company North-West-Brabant; North-West Brabant, Netherlands)
- Well Nourished, Well Developed
- Waste Not, Want Not
- West-Northwestern (weather reports)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Yesterday morning Pinta, which transmits data hourly via a satellite transmitter, was around 20 miles west-north-west off Mizen Head.
The storm was moving west-south-west at near 3mph but a gradual turn to the west and west-north-west was expected later CAPTION(S): Satellite image of Ophelia
John Curry, ex-Mersey pilot, representing the RNLI, said that conditions yesterday were potentially identical to those a century ago, with a west-north-west strong gale, rather than a hurricane.
At 11am EDT (1600 BST), Henriette was centred about 70 miles west-north-west of Los Mochis on the Mexican mainland and it was moving north at 12mph, hurling rain and high seas at a swampy coastal zone of farming and fishing towns.