What Do Hurricanes Look like?


Hurricanes are powerful and large storms that can be as big as one thousand kilometres. They usually move in a spiral which is often in a counter-clockwise direction. They have an eye in the middle of the spiral which is produced by the spiral effect.
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If you are looking from space they look like a big huge swirl with an open space in the middle. You can't see them when they are happening, it's just alot of wind and rain.
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