Hurricanes

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Hurricanes

Hurricanes

Hurricanes are shown on radars as whispy and round over a body of water or land

Hurricanes form over water and move over land caused by two different temperatre winds coming together and moving upward.

Diagram of how hurricanes are formed.

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Hurricanes start over tropical climates and move in a direction that can be predicted by metorologists.

Hurricanes causes high winds and heavy rain that can ruin and destroy houses and buildings. Some hurricanes are strong enough to move houses.

Hurricanes are measured by the Saffir-Simpson Scale


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