Derecho

A derecho (oʊ, {Respell|də-{{smallcaps|reh}-choh}}, from derecho deˈɾetʃo, `straight`) is a widespread, long-lived, straight-line wind storm that is associated with a land-based, fast-moving group of severe thunderstorms. Derechos can cause hurricane force winds, tornadoes, heavy rains, and flash floods. Winds convection-induced take on a b.....
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Derecho

• (n.) A straight wind without apparent cyclonic tendency, usually accompanied with rain and often destructive, common in the prairie regions of the United States.
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Derecho

De·re'cho noun [ Spanish derecho straight.] A straight wind without apparent cyclonic tendency, usually accompanied with rain and often destructive, common in the prairie regions of the United States.
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DERECHO

A large cluster of thunderstorms that produces widespread, straight-line wind damage.
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DERECHO

A large cluster of thunderstorms that produces widespread, straight-line wind damage.
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Derecho

A line of intense, widespread, and fast-moving thunderstorms that moves across a great distance. The
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DERECHO

A line of intense, widespread, and fast-moving thunderstorms that moves across a great distance. They are characterized by damaging straight-line winds over hundreds of miles. Spanish for straight.
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