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Words used to describe windy weather

windy

adjective

with a lot of wind

stormy

adjective

with a lot of rain and strong winds

breezy

adjective

with a lot of light wind

blustery

adjective

with strong winds

brisk

adjective

if it is brisk, the weather is fairly cold and a fairly strong wind is blowing

wild

adjective

if the weather or the sea is wild, there is a storm with strong winds

unsettled

adjective

unsettled weather changes a lot during a short period and there is a lot of wind and rain

fresh

adjective

if the weather is fresh, it is fairly cold and the wind is blowing

blustery

adjective

blowing strongly

squally

adjective

if the weather is squally, there are short periods when the wind is suddenly very strong

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