A little bit slower than a race car at Daytona, those are the winds that make up Hurricane Ivan.
Weather experts have tracked Ivan, with sustained winds of 160 m.p.h. - and gusts reaching 195 - but that's by radar and by airplane, said Michael P. Gaus, president of the American Association of Wind Engineers.
"Scientists have a really hard time measuring wind on the ground because their instruments blow away or the electricity goes off and they stop working," Gaus said. "The engineers are very frustrated."