Diffrent Forms of Cyclones

Cyclones: Intense hurricanes of Destruction

What even Is a cyclone?

A cyclone is a hurricane that does not form over the Atlantic ocean or the Pacific ocean. A cyclone is very harmful and dangerous and has the potential to kill many people. There are several types of cyclones: the blizzard cyclone, the tropical cyclone, the extra-tropical cyclone, and the hurricane.

How does a Cyclone form?

A cyclone is formed over water. It is created when hot air makes the water rise, like a hot air balloon. Then, the warm air swirls to the center of the storm, or the eye of the storm. Because the air can't go directly through the coming cyclone, it twists through the storm like a spiral, wind speeds going higher and higher. This storm is called a Tropical Cyclone.

Below are some images of Cyclones

Types of Cyclones

Tropical Cyclone

A tropical cyclone is the exact same thing as a hurricane, just not forming over the Atlantic or Pacific ocean. A tropical cyclone has terrifying wind speeds of 119 kl (73 mph.) and has the potential to rip through houses and kill millions. The formation of a tropical is listed above. A tropical cyclone occurs 11 times each season.

Extratropical Cyclone

An extra tropical cyclone is a powerful storm that consists of cold air swirling in the center of the storm, releasing warm air and generating high wind speeds. The cold air is what makes a extra tropical cyclone.

Artic Cyclone

A artic cyclone is a cyclone forming in a blizzard. It is a horrifying cyclone of ice and can cause record-breaking blizzards and huge wind speeds. They are very rare, because they have to form over a blizzard not over the Atlantic or Pacific ocean, and it must be a extra-tropical cyclone forming over a blizzard, not just a tropical cyclone. These nightmare storms are avoidable. They do not usually generate enough energy to keep the cyclone spinning.