Washington State Department of Transportation workers use windsocks, like the one at upper right, to decide whether to issue “severe side wind” warnings on the Tacoma Narrows bridges.
Washington State Department of Transportation workers use windsocks, like the one at upper right, to decide whether to issue “severe side wind” warnings on the Tacoma Narrows bridges. Adam Lynn Staff writer
Washington State Department of Transportation workers use windsocks, like the one at upper right, to decide whether to issue “severe side wind” warnings on the Tacoma Narrows bridges. Adam Lynn Staff writer

Traffic Q&A: What does ‘severe’ mean in those wind warnings on the Tacoma Narrows bridges?

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