Can a tornado have winds of 195 miles per hour?
Yes, they can as far as I know.
Yes it is very possible
It is very possible. In fact, tornadoes have had winds well over 200 mph. These tornadoes are called EF-5 tornadoes and are the highest rated on the Enhanced Fujita scale.
Yes, almost any tornado can. It's just not as possible when the tornado comes from a squall line. It can still happen though.
I mean can it be rated with 195 mph winds
I mean, I don't see why they couldn't, but I'm thinking that'd probably be something off of a WFO to WFO basis rather than a strict guideline.
Yes. The highest windspeeds for a tornado ever recorded was 300 MPH.
What do you think?