A storm with a violent wind, in particular a tropical cyclone in the Caribbean
A single-seat, single-engined British fighter aircraft of the Second World War, produced by the Hawker company and remembered in particular for its role in the Battle of Britain along with the Spitfire
A dead calm.
An extremely powerful blast of air; (Meteorology) a tropical cyclone in the Caribbean with sustained wind speeds in excess of 130 knots (240 km per hour).
A popular term for areas of the US and the Caribbean, such as Florida and the Gulf Coast, that are prone to hurricanes
A covered deck at or near the top of a ship’s superstructure
An oil lamp with a glass chimney, designed to protect the flame even in high winds
A strong type of adhesive tape used on windows to keep the glass in place if it is broken by strong winds
A flat calm.
= Irish hurricane.
The calm region at the centre of a storm or hurricane