The wind speed in the Betws area today is 13 mph towards the south west. This is just enough to turn the wind turbines very slowly, generating enough power to make a cup of coffee, the most expensive cup of coffee in history. If the wind drops you will have to drink cold water. The wind speed of 39 mph is over the Hebrides, where the sombre post claerance landscape of Mull described in Autobiography volume two is endangered by wind turbines. Maybe they will build one on the foundations of the Book of Kells. It has been moved to Trinity College Dublin, so they will probably build a giant turbine in the senior common room.