November 16, 2012
In this article I will be writing about hurricanes, for example I will be writing about how hurricanes form and maintain their strength. I will also be writing about when hurricane season is and what the difference is between a hurricane and a typhoon. Last but not least, I will be writing about Hurricane Donna of 1960. So lets get started.
How Hurricanes Form and Maintain Their Strength
Hurricanes maintain their strength form the warmth of the oceans water. Once a hurricane is using the ocean's warm water to maintain it's strength it can become stronger, but when a hurricane makes landfall it weakens. Hurricanes can weaken when they make landfall, but they also weaken when they move over a dry mass of air. When hurricanes move over a dry mass of air they can become disorganized "per say".
When Hurricane Season is and What the Difference is Between a Hurricane and a Typhoon
The difference between a hurricane and a typhoon is that hurricanes start off the Eastern Atlantic coast. Typhoons start off the Western Pacific coast. These types of storms may start off at different coast, but they are typically the same type of storm.
Hurricane Donna of 1960
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