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  1. Alizé:  Maritime wet, fresh northerly wind across west central Africa
  2. Bora: northeasterly from eastern Europe to northeastern Italy
  3. Cape Doctor: dry south-easterly wind that blows on the South African coast in summer
  4. Chinook: warm dry westerly off the Rocky Mountains
  5. Diablo: hot, dry, offshore wind from the northeast in the San Francisco bay
  6. Etesian: northerly across Greece and Turkey
  7. Elephanta: strong southerly or southeasterly wind on the Malabar coast of India
  8. Föhn: warm dry southerly off the northern side of the Alps and the North Italy
  9. Fremantle Doctor: afternoon sea breeze from the Indian Ocean which cools Perth, Western Australia during summer
  10. Harmattan: dry northerly wind across central Africa
  11. Kali Andhi: the violent dust squalls that occur before monsoon in the northwestern parts of the Indo-Gangetic Plain region of the Indian Subcontinent.
  12. Karaburan: a Spring and winter Katabatic wind of central Asia
  13. Khamsin: southeasterly wind from North Africa to the eastern Mediterranean
  14. Loo: hot wind which blows over plains of India and Pakistan.
  15. Maestro: cold northerly in the Adriatic sea
  16. Mistral: cold northerly from central France and the Alps to Mediterranean
  17. Monsoon: mainly south-westerly winds combined with heavy rain in various areas close to the equator.
  18. Nor'easter: strong storm with winds from the northeast on the north eastern coast of the United States (particularly New England states) and the east coast of Canada (Atlantic Canada))
  19. Nor'wester: wind that brings rain to the West Coast, and warm dry winds to the East Coast of New Zealand's South Island, caused by the moist prevailing winds being uplifted over the Southern Alps, often accompanied by a distinctive arched cloud pattern
  20. Pampero (Argentina): very strong wind which blows in the Pampa
  21. Passat: medium strong, constant blowing wind at sea in tropical areas
  22. Rashabar("black wind"): a strong wind in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, particularly in Sulaimaniya.
  23. Santa Ana winds: southern California
  24. Shamal: a summer northwesterly wind blowing over Iraq and the Persian Gulf states
  25. Simoom: strong, dry, desert wind that blows in the Sahara, Israel, Jordan, Syria, and the desert of Arabia
  26. Sirocco: southerly from north Africa to southern Europe
  27. Southerly Buster: rapidly arriving low pressure cell that dramatically cools Sydney, Australia during summer
  28. Sou'wester: strong wind which blows from the southwest, and also a type of waterproof hat designed to protect from and repel wind and rain
  29. Squamish: strong, violent wind occurring in many of the fjords of British Columbia
  30. Vendavel: westerly through the Strait of Gibraltar
  31. Zonda: on the eastern slope of the Andes in Argentina.

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