What are the parts of a hurricane?

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There are many parts to a hurricane but the basic parts include eye which is located at the centre of the hurricane and the eye wall which is a ring of thunderstorm producing heavy rains and contributing to the outrageous winds. There is also the rain band which surrounds the eye wall and finally the rain shield.
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the eye if the storm and the outer band wind speeds.
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The eye is the "hole" at the center of the storm. Winds are light in this area. Skies are partly cloudy, and sometimes even clear.
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Hurricanes and Tropical Storms
A hurricane is a tropical cyclone with winds exceeding 74 miles per hour. Typhoons are the name given to these storms when they occur in the Eastern Hemisphere, usually in the western Pacific. Tropical depressions and tropical storms are tropical cyclones with lesser intensity.
There are four main parts to a hurricane! The parts are the Eye, Eye Wall, Rain Bands and then the Rain Shields. There are also more parts but these are the main ones.
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