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Warnings - Wind Warning Scale

used in the DWD
Thresholdsktm / skm / h0Calm1soft pull1 to 312Light breeze4 to 62 to 35 to 10You can feel the wind in your face, the leaves and wind vanes are moving3gentle breeze
weak wind7 to 104 to 5at 15Wind moves thin branches and stretches pennants4moderate breeze
moderate wind11 to 156 to 720 to 25Wind moves twigs and thinner branches, lifts dust and loose paper5Fresh breeze
fresh wind16 to 218 to 1030 to 35small deciduous trees begin to sway, whitecaps form at sea6strong wind22 to 2711 to 1340 to 45strong branches sway, umbrellas are difficult to hold, telegraph lines whistle in the wind7stiff wind28 to 3314 to 1750 to 60noticeable inhibitions when walking against the wind, whole trees are moving8stormy wind34 to 4018 to 2065 to 70Branches break off trees, making it difficult to walk outdoors9Storm41 to 4721 to 2475 to 85Branches break from trees, minor damage to houses (roof tiles or smoke hoods lifted)10heavy storm48 to 5525 to 2890 to 100Wind breaks trees, major damage to houses11hurricane storm56 to 6329 to 32105 to 115Wind uproots trees, spreads storm damage12hurricaneover 64from 33from 120severe devastation
Please note!

This scale is used for the DWD's wind warnings and is based on the Beaufort scale.

Due to the fact that the messages are in m / s and the threshold values ​​of the warnings are based on the threshold values ​​of the m / s scale, the ranges listed in the table for km / h and thus slight deviations from the Beaufort scale result.