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How fast are typhoons?

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Question by trevor
Submitted on 5/3/2004
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How fast are typhoons?


Answer by David
Submitted on 6/10/2004
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Typhoons, as hurricanes and cyclones, can vary in speed tremendously. They can be stationary and not move at all for a while, or in some cases, especially farther north, can be moving at speeds of over 25-30 MPH.

 

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Submitted on 6/6/2005
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Answer by the man
Submitted on 1/11/2006
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Hurricanes spin at over 75 miles per hour around the middle.

 

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Submitted on 10/28/2006
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Submitted on 5/14/2007
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