Furious winds rip through Albuquerque
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February

By Adem Lewis / in , , /


. KATE DO MUCH SHOWS US HOW THE WIND CAN BE MORE THAN JUST A BOTHER. KATE: THE HIGH WINDS MADE IT DIFFICULT FOR PEOPLE TO ENJOY THEIR DAILY ROUTINES, BUT THAT DIDN’T LET THEM — PREVENT THEM FROM GOING OUTSIDE. TODAY, WINDS WITH AS HIGH AS 60 MILES PER HOUR, MAKING IT UNSAFE FOR SOME WORKERS.>>IT’S HARD TO PUT SHINGLES ON THE ROOF AND STUFF. IT BLOWS OFF AND STUFF, AND IT’S HARD.>>THE WIND MADE IT TOUGHER JOSEPH SANCHEZ TO FINISH A ROOFING JOB. FOR PEOPLE HAVING FUN?>>WE WERE PLAYING TENNIS, AND THE DIRECTION OF THE BALL IS CONTRARY TO THE DIRECTION WE WANT IT TO GO.>>IT IS KIND OF HARD TO WALK THE DOGS WHEN YOU ARE SNEEZING AND HAVING A SNIFFLING KNOWS THE ENTIRE TIME. KATE: DR. BARRY RAMO SAYS THE WIND CAN CAUSE HEALTH ISSUES FOR THOSE SUFFERING FROM ALLERGIES. THE COMBINATION OF THE WIND AND COLD AIR CAN TRIGGER ALLERGIC REACTIONS. THAT MEANS A PERSON CAN GET AN ASTHMATIC ATTACK VERY QUICKLY IF THE WINDS ARE HIGH. KATE: FOR SOME, THE WINDS ARE JUST A NUISANCE. I CAME TO THE PARK TO EAT, BUT IT’S KIND OF WINDY TODAY.


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