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Old 24th May 2020
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I'm certainly not expert on suggesting what aneometer would be well-suited for your use, though I do know that there are a great many available that would not be too hard to use (many with wireless connections between the display and the sensor unit).

It does strike me that perhaps you're looking at the wrong side of things, that it would probably be far better to keep up with forecasts as to what the wind will be doing and proactively take steps to protect people and equipment before the wind gets to dangerous levels, rather than observing it and taking action after the fact. An aneometer can, of course, be a part of this prediction and monitoring, but used alone it seems to me rather less than helpful.