What Causes a Cyclone?

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Cyclones are hugely attributed to the rotation of the earth on its axis. The spinning causes the cyclone clouds to rotate hence resulting in a cyclone. Cyclones are mostly experienced in areas between the tropics.
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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.
The occurrence of cyclones is hugely attributed to the rotation of the earth on its axis. The spinning causes the cyclone clouds to rotate hence resulting in a cyclone. Cyclones are mostly experienced in areas between the tropics.
Low pressure and many thunderstorms combining in a tropical area. The weather activity produces winds and rains that rotate the same as the earth.
The main cause of a cyclone is warm ocean water in tropical areas. When the temperature of the water rises above 80 degrees F and atmospheric conditions are unstable enough, a cyclone will be formed.
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