@bloah
You are right, there are different averaging way of the wind. In most of places in the world, wind is averaged on 10 minutes, except the US and the airports which use the US standard of 2 minutes. 1 minutes is only considered for the Saffir-Simpson scale used by NHC for tropical cyclones. It is sure that most of weather models are not calibrated to give 1 minute-wind output.
For a long time I tried to know what wind average is considered for each weather model. I’ve never found an answer about that. The reported wind speeds by weather stations in part of the world are averaged on 10 minutes and in other part on 2 minutes. And all these data are used during the assimilation phase by each weather models. So what more can we say....