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Old 04-12-2013, 11:53 AM   #26
larryboy
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Originally Posted by slartidbartfast View Post
Did someone say 100mph gusts???? Hmmmmm. Have experienced genuine 100mph winds offshore in N. Sea and there is no freakin' way! If you laid the bike on its side in the road it would probably get blown into the ditch and you with it.

You shouldn't call people liars if you're ignorant.


Wind gusts near 100 mph reported; about 25,500 without power

November 30, 2011 | 10:37pm




Genuine 100mph gusts...guessed at the steady 75mph...could have been about 68 mph or so, I was on the road that day.





That was the second time that I've seen 100 mph wind gusts, last time was in Oregon during a 100 year storm...wiped out our last drive-in theatre.
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