Destructive Winds Kansas City Tree’s

Destructive Winds.
The strongest wind ever reliably recorded on the surface of the earth was 231 mph on Mount Washington in New Hampshire. Considerably stronger winds, however, are thought to occur near the center of tornadoes. The destructive force of wind can indeed be awesome. Hurricanes and tornadoes can easily leave whole forests and urban areas littered with uprooted trees and broken branches. Nearly two million cubic yards of trees and broken branches, about 10% of the total tree residues removed from urban areas each year, result from damage caused by strong winds, hurricanes, and tornadoes. The costs to local governments, utility y companies, and private landowners for cleanup and disposal are staggering.
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