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Hurricane Presentation

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Marissa Rono

on 27 May 2013

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Transcript of Hurricane Presentation

This is the End
Of My Hurricane
Powerpoint.
Thanks For
Watching. Hurricanes By Marissa R. What are Hurricanes? A Hurricane Is A Type Of Tropical Cyclone, or a Severe Tropical Storm. Usually, They Appear On The Southern Coasts and are usually Above Water. Hurricane Diagram Here Is A Diagram
Of A Hurricane Hurricane History Hurricanes Leave So Much History.
Hurricanes Leave So Much Damage.
Most Houses and Businesses are Destroyed.
Yards, and nature are destroyed. Pretty much
everything is destroyed. It is basically the same for
tornadoes too. It basically Equals up that we lose over thousands of dollars. Other Interesting Facts: How Do Hurricanes Form? And Where
Do They Form? Hurricanes Usually Spin In A
Counterclockwise Rotation. Hurricanes Form From water that is really warm (Like Over 80 Degrees Fahrenheit). They Form when the water is warm, the wind is spiraling inward to the Earth's Surface, and there has to be a strip of Storms too. And As These three things keep spinning and keeping the same formation more cumulonimbus clouds form, and it creates a Hurricane. They Form Above Oceans Or Large Bodies Of Water. This Hole Is The Center Of The Hurricane
that is also known as the Eye. This Is Clouds Around The Eye Of The Hurricane and it is usually Called The Eye Wall. And Below This Is Usually
the Rain Bands. It Can Move Any Type Of Transportation as u can see in these two pictures. -The Eyes is usually 20 to 30 miles wide (the hurricane istself may extend outward 400 miles).
- Can Be Over 50,000 Feet Above The Ground
- Wind Speed Can Be Over 155 mph(miles per hour)
- The most violent winds and heaviest rains take place in the eye wall, the ring of clouds and thunderstorms closely surrounding the eye. -In the Pacific Ocean, Hurricanes are generally known as typhoons. In the Indian Ocean they are called tropical cyclones.
- Hurricanes are the only weather disasters that have been given their own names
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