How Does a Hurricane Form?


A hurricane forms when hot tropical waters are react with areas of low atmospheric pressure. The water begins to quickly evaporate and condense, creating rotation and the defined center or eye of the storm.
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Hurricanes that hit the US are formed over the Atlantic Ocean by the warm water off the tropical west coast of Africa. The warm water warms the air above it. Hurricanes start as a
Hurricanes are formed when there are two fronts of air. When the colder, drier air front meets a warmer, damper air front, they create friction between them. The convection process
Warm ocean surface(26.5 degree celcius atleast),steep lapse rate(Fall of temperature with height)to produce convective clouds,moist layers of air to a considerable height(5 Kms atleast
1. Monitor news and civil service reports after the hurricane has passed. Do not attempt to return home or to your business until local officials give the all-clear signal. In extreme
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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.
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