Clean Energy Research:wind direction
Definition (en) The direction from which the wind is blowing.
Explanation (en) Wind direction is reported by the direction from which it originates. For example, a northerly wind blows from the north to the south. Wind direction is usually reported in cardinal directions or in azimuth degrees. Wind direction is measured in degrees clockwise from due north and so a wind coming from the south has a wind direction of 180 degrees; one from the east is 90 degrees. Wind direction is estimated with anemometers and wind vanes.
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