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How does a hurricane gain strength

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When a cold front and a warm front collide. Maintaining a circular motion until separated.

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By gathering water and wind speed

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http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/outreach/games/canelab.htm

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Bodies of warm water are needed for a hurricane. All that warm water builds up in clouds of the ocean and when it hits land it releases all that rain. That is also why hurricanes can't strengthen over land and why they fall apart when going over land.

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