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What Is A Derecho,? All of ,Iowa, has experienced this crazy storm we call a ,Derecho,. What exactly is a ,Derecho,? Well, it is a widespread, long-lived, straight-line wind storm that is associated with a fast-moving group of severe thunderstorms. They can cause hurricane-force …
Derecho, comes from the Spanish adjective for "straight" (or "direct"), in contrast with a tornado which is a "twisted" wind. The word was first used in the American Meteorological Journal in 1888 by Gustavus Detlef Hinrichs in a paper describing the phenomenon and based on a significant ,derecho, event that crossed ,Iowa, on 31 July 1877. ...
On Sunday, nearly a full week after the ,derecho, hit, ,Iowa, Gov. Kim Reynolds requested an expedited major disaster declaration from the White House, asking for nearly $4 billion in federal aid to help 27 ,Iowa, counties repair and rebuild after the storm destroyed or severely damaged 8,200 homes and 13 million acres of corn, about a third of ,Iowa,’s cropland.
The ,derecho, came as ,Iowa, was still struggling to address the coronavirus outbreak. “It’s tough,” Governor Reynolds told ,Iowa,’s KCRG last week. “You know when you look at COVID and the impact of that, and you know we’re trying to get life and livelihoods back to normal, and then to be hit with a storm of this magnitude and a disaster of this magnitude, people are tired.