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Hurricane what does it mean What do hurricanes do What kind of powers do they possess Where regions of the world are mostly affected by these hurricanes All these questions I plan to answer in the following paragraphs One thing we do know for sure is that a hurricane is one of the most devastating storms that Mother Nature has to offer We also know that hurricanes cause a lot of damage to homes businesses and peoples lives The term hurricane is a regionally specific name for a strong tropical cyclone A hurricane is a powerful whirling storm that measures 200 to 300 miles in diameter The winds near the center of a hurricane blow at speeds of 74 miles per hour or more and the center of the hurricane is supposed to be the calmest part of a hurricane so you can imagine what the speeds are like towards the outer parts of a hurricane A hurricane is an area of low air pressure that forms over oceans in tropical regions in either the North Atlantic Ocean or Eastern North Pacific Ocean Hurricanes develop from easterly waves These long narrow regions of low pressure occur in ocean winds are called trade winds Easterly waves may grow into a tropical depression with winds of up to 31 miles per hour then into a tropical storm with winds of up to 73 miles per hour and finally into a hurricane Hurricane winds swirl around the eye a calm area in the center of the storm The eye of a hurricane measures about 20 miles in diameter and has a few winds or clouds Storm clouds called wall clouds surround the eye The strongest winds and heaviest rain of a hurricane occur within its wall clouds These clouds bring torrential rain and violent winds Sinking airor low pressuresuppresses cloud formation in the eye Thats why the eye is so calm They say that the skies
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