wind gauge

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a gauge for recording the speed and direction of wind

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Sources in the knowhow said that on the first day of the event, the wind gauge wasn't used at all.
Closer to home, on top of the towering Milburn Stand at St James' Park, EML's wind gauges are used to determine whether or not conditions are safe for window cleaners to go to work on the glass exterior of the stadium.
The wind gauges at the stadium clocked it blowing steadily at up to 45 mph, with gusts up to 55 mph.
Wind gauges, set up to measure wind power in the Ayios Theodoros area, were destroyed because residents felt the operation of wind farms would cause real estate prices to fall.
He loves getting his Ladbroke tracks spot on and will have wind gauges up on every bend!
Today, contemporary hunters have the rifles, cartridges, scopes, range finders and wind gauges that make lethal shots on big game out to 500 yards and beyond possible and predictable.