Difference between Cyclones and Anticyclones?

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One of the main differences between cyclones and anticyclones is high pressure and low pressure. A cyclone is an area of low pressure while an anticyclone is an area of high pressure. In the northern hemisphere, cyclones spin clockwise and counter clockwise in the southern hemisphere.
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The simple answer is that an anti-cyclone is an area of high pressure where the winds are rotating outward from the center. In the northern hemisphere ACs rotate clockwise, while
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The direction of Anticyclone And A Cyclone are opposite. Anonymous
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