Student Researcher Finds Hurricane-speed Winds Atop Nakiska’s Mount Allan

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A University of Calgary student studying wind speeds atop a popular ski resort has found data that could, quite literally, blow you away.

Geoff VanVeller says the Environment Canada weather station on top of Nakiska’s Mount Allan has recorded sustained (continuous) wind speeds equivalent to a Category 3 hurricane.

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