HWW

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HWWHealthy, Wealthy and Wise (radio health show)
HWWHigh Wind Warning
HWWHenry Wise Wood (senior high school; Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
HWWHealthy Weight Week (third week of January)
HWWHow the World Works
HWWHope World Wide (Wayne, PA)
HWWHenry Wise Wood (High School; Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
HWWHistorical War Wheels (Belgium)
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In Central, Tayside and Fife, there were high wind warnings on the Friarton and Tay Bridges.
The National Weather Service issued a high wind warning and high surf advisory for the central coast.
A high wind warning and high surf advisory were in effect for the central coast.
At the Erskine Bridge, on the Clyde, high wind warning signs were in operation but traffic was still allowed to pass.
Coastal flooding alerts were issued from New Jersey to Massachusetts with winter weather advisories, winter storm warnings and high wind warnings in effect from the Northeast to the Mid-Atlantic, the National Weather Service said.
The Dornoch bridge and the Tay Road Bridge were closed to high-sided vehicles and high wind warnings were in place on the Skye, Clackmannanshire and Erskine bridges.
High wind warnings were put in place for bridges, including the Erskine and Kessock crossings.
Portland and Seattle and parts of California were also under high wind warnings, with winds over 50 mph causing damage to structures and knocking down trees and disrupting power lines.
"High wind warnings are in effect from the coast of Delaware to coastal areas of New Jersey, along with storm warnings over the Atlantic Ocean."
High wind warnings prompt the storage of portable satellite antennas.
Traffic Scotland issued high wind warnings for the Forth Road, Skye, Erskine and Dornoch bridges and warned of surface water on Strathclyde roads.