Trends in the annual 95th percentile of daily maximum wind speeds in the 20th century reanalysis data set (ensemble mean) during the period 1871–2008.
The trend is given in the units of the interannual standard deviation and plotted only when significant. The coloured circles indicate trends in the number of
'gale days' (an index that represents the number of extremely windy days) over the period at the specific locations.
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