How do Hurricanes Form?
Hurricanes form over really warm water (80F or more) and the atmosphere must cool off very quickly the higher you go. Next, the wind has to be blowing in the same direction and the same speed to force the air upward from the surface of the ocean. After, the wind flows out ward above the storm which allows the air bellow to rise. This force is needed to create a spin in the Hurricane. Finally, the Hurricane is born.
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What are the negative effects of a Hurricane?
What can we do to Prepare for Hurricanes?
There are many ways to prepare for a Hurricane. One of them is to watch and listen for Hurricane warnings, and to put strong wood boards on your doors and windows. Likewise if you live 15-20 miles from the beach you should have Hurricane insurance. Another way is to have food and water stored, and cut large branches of your trees. Last, you should have a Hurricane kit with a battery operated radio, batteries, water containers, first aid kit, tin food, dust mask, and a blanket.