What Causes Hurricanes?

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Hurricanes are mostly caused by high winds over churning, warm water. Usually storms tend to die down when it hits cooler air. Global warming has been speculated to be a contributor to bigger and stronger storms.
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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.
Hurricanes are created when a high pressure system mixes with a low pressure system. This mixture of hot and cold air creates the swirling motion of the air that makes the hurricane we recognize.
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