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Apr 28, 2005 ... Hurricanes begin as tropical storms over the warm moist waters of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans near the equator. (Near the Phillippines and ...

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Hurricanes are the most violent storms on Earth. People call these storms by other names, such as typhoons or cyclones, depending on where they occur.

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Hurricanes are large swirling storms that form over warm ocean waters.

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Mar 10, 2017 ... Meteorologist Danielle Banks talks about a few of the plus sides to hurricanes even though they can be deadly and often damaging.

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Hurricanes are the most violent storms on Earth. They form near the equator over warm ocean waters. Actually, the term hurricane is used only for the large ...

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WATCH: Find out how hurricanes form and what's being done to better predict their impact.

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Hurricanes are giant, spiraling tropical storms that can pack wind speeds of over 160 miles (257 kilometers) an hour and unleash more than 2.4 trillion gallons (9 ...

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Nov 22, 2013 ... BBC Weather How do hurricanes form .... weather forecasters to describe what goes on and also saying why a hurricane can be so devastating!

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A hurricane is simply an advanced form of a tropical storm, which would have started out as a tropical depression over warm ocean waters. Find out more.

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Oct 6, 2016 ... WATCH: Hurricanes are massive storms with deadly force. Find out how they form, and what's being done to better predict their impact.