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Of all of natures forces that exist hurricanes could be considered one of the most powerful of all these forces that can cause tremendous amounts of destruction is such a little amount of time A hurricane is a powerful whirling storm of winds that measure 200-300 miles in diameter Hurricanes are an area of low pressure that forms over the oceans in tropical regions in either the north Atlantic Ocean or eastern north Pacific Ocean In the west Pacific Ocean hurricanes are called typhoons and in the Indian Ocean they are called Cyclones Hurricanes develop from easterly waves that over the oceans warm waters These easterly waves are long narrow regions of low pressure that occur in ocean winds called trade winds The waves may grow into a tropical depression which are winds from 1 to 31 miles per hour Then they can grow into a tropical storm which are winds from 32 to 73 miles per hour These waves then turn into what you call hurricanes and hurricanes are winds greater than 74 miles per hour The winds swirl around a portion of the storm called the eye This is a calm area in the center of the storm It is about 20 miles in diameter and has little wind and clouds The storm clouds called that are around the eye of the storm are called wall clouds Inside these wall clouds are where most of the heaviest rains are and where the strongest winds are Outside of the wall clouds are clouds called rain clouds They have winds and rain and make up most of the diameter of the storm but nothing as powerful as the wall clouds Hurricanes usually occur within the months of June to November most occur in the month of September Eight Hurricanes occur a year on average but as many as 15 have occurred in one years time in the Atlantic Ocean In the Northern Hemisphere the winds
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