How Did Hurricane Katrina Form?

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Hurricane Katrina formed from a tropical wave and a tropical depression with conditions in the Bahamas area such as a low pressure system and humid temperatures adding to the formation of the hurricane.
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Katrina formed as Tropical Depression 12 on Tues, August 23, 2005 at 5:00 p.m.
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Hurricane Katrina formed, as all other tropical cyclones, as a result of excessive heat energy in the very warm tropical waters which through evaporation was transferred into the
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Hurricane Katrina formed over the Bahamas Islands. It formed partially from the remains of Tropical Depression Ten when the trough in the upper troposphere weakened causing the relaxation of the wind shear in the area. The storm that caused Hurricane Katrina started to form in August 23rd 2005.
Hurricane Katrina formed from a tropical wave and a tropical depression in the Bahamas with conditions in area such as a low pressure system and humid temperatures added to the making of this hurricane.
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