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Atlantic hurricane

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An Atlantic hurricane or tropical storm is a tropical cyclone that forms in the Atlantic Ocean, .... Climatology does serve to characterize the general properties of an average season and can be use...

How do hurricanes end? | Reference.com

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Hurricanes end when they lose their source of energy, often by traveling over land or over cold water. Hurricanes require a steady supply of warm, moist air to ...

Hurricanes, Typhoons and Cyclones: Storms of Many Names

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Oct 29, 2012 ... Hurricanes — or more broadly, tropical cyclones — generally begin as clusters of thunderstorms over ... [Hurricane Preparation: What to Do] ...

Sandy 2012: What do birds do in a hurricane? - Slate

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Oct 29, 2012 ... As Hurricane Sandy whips the East Coast, people are hunkering down ... Some of them avoid it; some of them end up 700 miles from home.

Hurricanes & Tropical Cyclone Life Cycles - UCAR COMET Program

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Nearly all tropical storms and hurricanes start out as tropical disturbances. .... navigation links below, visit the full Hurricane Strike! module on the COMET MetEd ...

Weather FAQ: Hurricanes - usa today

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Q: Do hurricane winds go clockwise or counterclockwise? .... A: Tropical storms and hurricanes often bring rain that can ease or even end droughts. In fact ...

Ten Years Without a Hurricane Hit, Is Florida's Lucky Streak About to ...

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Jun 1, 2015 ... The last time Florida was hit directly by a hurricane was a decade ago and in ... know what to do, how well to prepare for a hurricane,” said David Nolan, .... “And we have to go into 2015 assuming that it's going to end this year.

What Happens Underwater During a Hurricane? | RSMAS Blog

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Oct 22, 2012 ... We think we're pretty familiar with hurricanes – strong winds, storm surge, ... to fuel their “engine”, that upwelling can end up weakening the storm. ... There are several factors that go into the negative effect on coral: 1) the ...

How Do Hurricanes Affect Birds? | Audubon

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Oct 24, 2011 ... How do birds travel with a storm? The birds get into the end of the hurricane's spiral and they move toward the eye of the hurricane. They may ...

Why do hurricanes hit the East Coast of the U.S. but never the West ...

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Hurricanes do form in the Pacific Ocean, just as they do in the Atlantic, but none of ... "In the eastern Pacific region, one has to go all the way down to the central ...

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Hurricanes: Science and Society: Hurricane Movement

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Forecasters track hurricane movements and predict where the storms will travel as well as when and where they will reach land. For more information on how ...

Hurricanes and Tropical Storms in June: Where Do They Form ...

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Jun 1, 2015 ... Many years can go by without a single hurricane during the month. ... Allison made landfall as a low-end 50 mph tropical storm near Freeport, ...

Hurricane Facts

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Hurricanes are large storms with rotating winds. They form over the warm waters of the ocean when there are large pressure and temperature differences ...