Hurricanes

by: Shamece Smith and Blessing Sampson

Factors of a hurricane

When warm water comes over to a low-pressure area, or tropical disturbance. If there is too much disturbance in size and strength then it becomes a hurricane.

Facts about hurricanes

1)When an area reaches the eye then the weather changes.

2)A hurricane last longer than other storms at least a week or longer.

3)A hurricane Watch Indicates That Hurricane Conditions Are Coming IN The Next 36 Hours.

4)Hurricanes That Form In the Atlantic Ocean Are Steered By Easterly Trade Winds Towards The Caribbean Island And The Southeastern United States

5)The low pressure and high winds of the hurricane over the ocean raise the level of the water up to 6 meters above normal sea level

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