You must not have been in Buffalo that night or your Bonanza would have set a world speed record on your flight back to the East!
Thankfully, no. Given that those winds and wind shear were forecasted days ahead of time, I would have made arrangements to leave prior to the worst of it hitting.
As you know, forecasts can sometimes turn out worse than expected, which is why being proficient in flying a small aircraft with gusty winds is important. One time last spring I landed in Buffalo with winds gusting to about 42 kts, but that was not by design. Forecast and METAR for BUF prior to my departure were a more docile 20 kts gusting to 25 kts, but winds had picked up considerably in the hour and a half it took me to preflight and fly over to BUF.
So far, the fastest groundspeed I have experienced in the Bonanza was about 230 kts, or about 265 mph and that was due to a 50 kt tailwind. I suspect the winds aloft on that Friday, December 1st were much stronger than that.
Thanks, Dan, for the clip. I am going to see if Dec. 1st is still in the archives here. There might be more gems from that day awaiting discovery.