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The National Weather Service defines a derecho as “a widespread, long-lived wind storm that is associated with a band of rapidly moving showers or thunderstorms. Although a derecho can produce destruction similar to the strength of tornadoes, the damage typically is directed in one direction along a relatively straight swath.
NOAA officially define s a derecho as “a widespread, long-lived windstorm that is associated with a band of rapidly moving showers or thunderstorms.” For a swath of storms to be classified as a derecho, it must travel at least 240 miles and move at speeds of at least 58 …
A ,derecho, is an extensive mass of winds associated with fast-moving thunderstorms or showers. The term ",derecho," originates from a Spanish word meaning “direct” or “straight.” ,Derecho, has been used to refer to the strong winds that move in a straight line as opposed to tornadoes which are composed of …
A ,derecho, (pronounced dare-ay-show) is a long-lived straight-line damaging ,wind, event caused by a line of severe thunderstorms. It differs from typical thunderstorm lines by its rapid speed of movement and the existence of highest ,wind, speeds well behind the gust front, rather than at the gust front.
19/3/2020, · NOAA's Storm Prediction Center says the ,derecho, tracked about 770 miles in 14 hours. Just over three dozen locations had ,wind, gusts over 74 mph, mostly in Iowa and northern Illinois, while multiple locations in Iowa clocked ,wind, gusts of 90 mph or greater, including a …