Talk:Firestorm

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How strong is a strong wind?[edit]

The article claims "the phenomenon's determining characteristic is a fire with its own storm-force winds from every point of the compass." and cites a surces which says, "PROBLEMS OF FIRE IN NUCLEAR WARFARE (1961) A fire storm is characterized by strong to gale force winds blowing toward the fire everywhere around the fire perimeter and results from the rising column of hot gases over an intense, mass fire drawing in the cool air from the periphery."

How strong is strong? Every fire, even a candle, creates a thermal column so cooler air will rush to the fire. But of course, these currents usually are neither "strong" nor "gale force". And a gale is not necessarily a storm. Pål Jensen (talk) 19:15, 6 May 2016 (UTC)

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