Dating beaufort sc
Today, hurricane force winds are sometimes described as Beaufort scale 12 through 16, very roughly related to the respective category speeds of the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale, by which actual hurricanes are measured, where Category 1 is equivalent to Beaufort 12.
However, the extended Beaufort numbers above 13 do not match the Saffir-Simpson Scale.
Nowadays, the extended scale is only used in Taiwan and mainland China, which are often affected by typhoons.
Wind speed on the 1946 Beaufort scale is based on the empirical formula: where v is the equivalent wind speed at 10 metres above the sea surface and B is Beaufort scale number.
Personals are for people local to Beaufort, SC and are for ages 18 of either sex.
In 1916, to accommodate the growth of steam power, the descriptions were changed to how the sea, not the sails, behaved and extended to land observations.
Rotations to scale numbers were standardized only in 1923.
For example, B = 9.5 is related to 24.5 m/s which is equal to the lower limit of "10 Beaufort".
Using this formula the highest winds in hurricanes would be 23 in the scale.