How Do Cyclones Form?

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Cyclones are formed due to large difference in air pressure in two places. Heat of Sun makes air hot and less dense. Air from denser region flow rapidly known as Cyclone.
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Tropical cyclones form when a low pressure area develops or moves out over warm ocean water. The moisture that evaporates from the ocean fuels the system causing it to intensify.
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Cyclones develop over warm seas near the Equator. Air heated by the sun rises very swiftly,
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A tropical cyclone is a storm system characterized by a low pressure center and numerous thunderstorms that produce strong winds and flooding rain. A tropical cyclone feeds on heat
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A tropical cyclone is a storm system characterized by a large low-pressure center and numerous thunderstorms that produce strong winds and heavy rain. Tropical cyclones feed on heat
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Tropical cyclones form where heat and moisture from the surface of the ocean interact with a wind pattern that spirals air inward. The water vapor condenses into storm clouds which are further fueled by the heat and wind.
Cyclones form in the area around the equator. A low air pressure presses against the ocean which needs to be at least 26.5 degrees Celcius. The ocean temperature and air pressure push moisture up and and form clouds. The clouds start to rotate faster and faster creating a tunnel of clouds.
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