When the wind is strong the main cause of lockloss is the saturation of NE/WE MAR actuation. This is the same situation generated by a strong earthquake, and the solution is the same: move the marionette reallocation to NI/WI. In order to understand what is the tolerable limit, we can look at the figure: if wind gusts can overcome 50 km/h, NE/WE MAR CORR can easily reach the saturation (2.5 V, because of the factor of 4 applied before the DAC). In the period shown in figure the correction was not actually applied, because the reallocation was moved to NI/WI. Staying on NE/WE, the lock would have been lost at least twice.
Therefore, it would be better to translate this warning in a procedure:
IF THE WIND SPEED EXCEEDES 50 km/h, APPLY THE SAME PROCEDURE AS FOR A STRONG EARTHQUAKE.
Concerning the application of this procedure, there is a problem: if we start in LN3_SQZ, but an unlock of SQZ move the status to LN3, the automation put back the reallocation of NE/WE. The problem will be fixed as soon as possible.