I was trying to think of what to do when a high wind rose.
Cold in the high wind they stood when the story ended.
"They do better when high winds are light and from the east."
That is also why doors may be hard to open in a high wind.
In addition, high winds left about 38,000 people without power.
The high wind of the night before had settled and the air was still.
Residents also reported that there was high wind in their areas.
About 120,000 people were left without power in the state due to high winds.
Then he went out like a candle in a high wind.
Between the high winds and the road conditions, I couldn't make it.
The only thing we had to get use to was the strong wind.
His hair looked as if he'd been outside in a strong wind.
"But you must have had strong wind in the last few days."
Because of how far south they are, there is a strong wind from the west.
The day was gray, not cold but with a strong wind.
But, a few days later, there was a strong wind.
The words were dead leaves caught in a strong wind.
The weather was clear, but with a strong wind from the south.
His hard work began at No. 10, the first hole coming back into the strong wind.
It was a game played for the most part in strong wind and rain.
His drive on the 72d hole Sunday went 285 yards against a stiff breeze.
Even a stiff breeze wouldn't have knocked it over, had there been one.
Then as if a warm, stiff breeze had blown over his mind, the final image came into focus.
The skill is running down the beach with all your equipment often in a stiff breeze.
This fellow was standing up, but looked as if he'd fall over in a stiff breeze.
Then, when there was a good stiff breeze coming at us - she simply stepped off the high rock.
The place looked like a stiff breeze would finish pushing it over.
His white hair flowed out behind him in the stiff breeze.
The sky had suddenly turned dark and a stiff breeze was blowing in off the sea.
By five no more than a stiff breeze was blowing.
The building's windows never fit, and would sometimes fall out in stiff winds.
The stiff wind did the rest of the work carrying the fly 60 or 70 feet.
Most of the time there is a stiff wind off the ocean.
His average drive of nearly 278 yards, often into a stiff wind, also was noteworthy.
He looked as if a good stiff wind might blow him off his feet.
Someone passed within twenty yards of him, moving quickly, a man, head down, as if he were walking into a stiff wind.
Immediately a stiff wind came up to address the sail.
Naturally, a heavy rain or a good stiff wind will help.
A stiff wind from the west stirred his brown hair.
Because of a stiff, cold wind, so was changing him on a bench outside.
Binabik staggered closer, head held low as though he walked into a powerful wind.
It was just then that a great sound and powerful wind rose to fill the temple.
In battle, their ability to control and direct powerful winds is put to use as a weapon.
Then the rain began and a powerful wind buffeted the coach.
For instance, in the example above, a powerful wind coming from directly below the cannon ball could slow it down a little bit.
Conditions can be very severe in winter, with powerful winds and freezing temperatures.
This gives them a lot of lift, even in the face of powerful winds.
The storm's powerful winds were nothing if not capricious in their destruction.
There's no need to describe the huge waves, freezing salt water and powerful winds.
Most stars produce powerful winds either when they are very young or very old.