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"[',Derecho,' is] taken from a Spanish word, meaning 'direct' or 'straight ahead,' which is very descriptive of the type of winds in a ,derecho,. They are straight-line winds. Now, as best as can be found, the term was originated back in the late 1800s by a professor at the University of Iowa, Dr. Gustavus Hinrichs .
A ,Derecho, is a very long lived and damaging thunderstorm. A storm is classified as a ,derecho, if wind damage swath extends more than 240 miles and has wind gusts of at least 58 mph or greater along most of the length of the storm's path. For more on derechos visit the Storm Prediction Center's ,derecho, page.
el ,derecho, a la libertad de expresión ,derecho, al pataleo El traspaso tiene lugar entre el ,derecho, al pataleo de los serbios, que incendian fábricas y viviendas No es el ,derecho, al pataleo o la igualdad con los hombres lo que reivindicamos estan totalmente supeditados al dinero, salvo el ,derecho, al pataleo
derecho, (n.) 1888 in reference to winds generated convectively from a downburst cluster, from American Spanish ,derecho, "direct, straight ahead" (also "right, justice"), from Old Spanish diestro, from Latin directus "straight," past participle of dirigere "set straight," from dis-"apart" (see dis-) + regere "to direct, to guide, keep straight" (from PIE root *reg-"move in a straight line").
A ,derecho, is a long-lived line of severe thunderstorms that produces violent winds (at least 60 MPH) and consistent damage for at least 240 consecutive miles. If a line of severe thunderstorms produces damage and reported winds above 60 MPH for 239 miles, it isn't a ,derecho,.