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The winds produced as a result of the Krakatoa eruption on the island of Krakatua in 1883. This volcanic blast is the largest in recent times whose effects caused several atmospheric changes such as lowering the global temperature by 1.2 degrees Celsius and changing tides and wind conditions and providing beautiful red sunsets as far away as the United States.

Source: Atmospheric Chemistry Glossary