How Do Cyclones Happen?


Cyclones are created by heated air and low pressure. When this happens, it becomes filled with moisture and forms into thunderclouds. As the thunderclouds meet cool air, it spirals upwards and the winds begin to rotate faster causing a cyclone. You can find more information here: http://library. thinkquest. org/10136/cyclones/cycltq. htm#how
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