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What is a derecho?

Derecho is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Derecho books and related discussion.

Suggested Pdf Resources

Derecho Hazards in the United States Walker S. Ashley Climatology
Programa de Estudios: Derecho Internacional
Subprograma: Derecho Internacional Público . obligation as early as 1928, see L.A.
A preliminary investigation of derecho-producing MCSs in
Delaraciö' Ki' DERECHO H Ki' la' la köö jmu guue kíä guía' su'
sía: derecho ki' dsa, e jä má-já la juu dsa tíä' kö jmu guu. Juú' ki Derecho tï' la Kö jmo guu ki' D. H.

Suggested News Resources

MYSTERY REVIEW: "Northwest Angle"
But even before the derecho winds wreak their destruction, he's having uncharacteristically dark forebodings.
Ask Tom why: As a Lake Michigan sailor, how can I best detect and prepare for
As a Lake Michigan sailor, I am wondering how best to detect and prepare for derecho events. A derecho is a widespread, thunderstorm-induced windstorm with straight-line winds that sometimes attain speeds in excess of 80 mph.
Iowa braille school moves to rebuild after storm
The storm, known as a derecho, sent straight-line winds of up to 100 miles per hour across the state, ripping up trees and power lines and tearing the roofs off farm buildings.
Bin buster? Severe weather may lower yields of crop harvest
A vicious windstorm called a "derecho" packed winds of up to 130 mph, levelling farm outbuildings, grain bins and corn in a 20-mile swath from Story to Benton counties. For the most part, plants bounced back.
LUIS ZÚÑIGA REY: ¿Tiene Pablo Milanés derecho a cantar en Miami?
Tiene la oportunidad, pero no el derecho.

Suggested Web Resources

Facts About Derechos Which Are Very Damaging Windstorms
Derecho - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chicago blasted by violent line of thunderstorms, known as derecho
Derecho -- Meteorologists Describe Little-Known Giant Windstorms
Jun 1, 2006 Derechos are elongated, straight-lined windstorms that often have bands of rapidly moving thunderstorms associated with it.
'Derecho' and 'Derecha' - Spanish Vocabulary
The Spanish words 'derecho' and 'derecha' are easily confused. Here's a quick guide to using these common words correctly.

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