In a weather report, is wind direction “to” or “from”?
- MarkLv 77 months agoFavorite Answer
It's usually "out of", which corresponds to "from".
- busterwasmycatLv 77 months ago
they normally give the direction FROM where the wind is coming. easterly winds come from the east. Nor-easters are storms where the wind comes from the northeast (because the location is north of the low pressure system driving the storm, and winds rotate counterclockwise around low pressure).
- GertLv 77 months ago
- LônLv 77 months ago
Northerly winds come FROM the north and are cold.
Southerly winds come FROM the south and are warm.
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- JoeLv 77 months ago
Wind direction is usually "from".
"Prevailing westerlies" are the typical winds blowing from west to east.
A "nor'easter" features a counter-clockwise rotation, picking up ocean moisture and delivering the storm rains out of the northeast.
- Anonymous7 months ago