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Figure 4. Solid lines are the direction from which strong (> 6 m/s) winds come from (in 22.5 degree bins). Dashed lines represent the resultant of the solid lines and thus indicate the predominant direction of wind drift. Numbers represent the relative strength of the resultants. Note the relatively strong wind drift directions in the southern and eastern portion of the Great Basin.

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