3. In the table, record the latitude, distance,
and time of travel for each of the six features.
4. Calculate the speed of each feature
and record it in the table.
To calculate wind speed, divide the distance
by the time. (Speed = Distance / Time) Remember, if
the feature moves from west to east (left to right),
the speed is positive; if it moves from east to west
(right to left), show the speed as negative.
5. The fastest wind speed ever recorded
on Earth is 513 km/hr (318 miles per hour), measured
during a May 1999 tornado in Oklahoma. How does the
fastest wind speed you measured for Jupiter compare