What is the name given to the local dry wind in the Rocky Mountains?

Chinook
Halny
Bora
Samum
Chinook is claimed to mean "ice-eater", as it can make snow one foot deep vanish in one day. The snow partly melts and partly evap­o­rates in the dry wind. The greatest recorded tem­per­a­ture change in 24 hours was caused by Chinook winds on 15 January 1972, in Loma, Montana; the tem­per­a­ture rose from −48 to +9 °C (−54 to +49 °F)

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flagthe Netherlands
85%
14%
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14
flagGermany
61%
16%
5%
16%
18
flagPoland
50%
21%
12%
14%
2956
flagthe United Kingdom
49%
19%
19%
12%
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flagthe United States
45%
10%
14%
29%
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flagSweden
40%
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flagUnknown
39%
31%
15%
12%
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flagItaly
36%
27%
9%
27%
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Gender

men49%
women50%
Chinook
49%
50%
Halny
23%
19%
Bora
13%
12%
Samum
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