how is a tornado formed

how is a tornado formed? In this article, the answer to questions that occurred in the minds of many people due to Harvey and Irma Hurricanes under the influence of the United States in recent days.

What's a hurricane?

"In the wind chart, the speed of 64 or more knots, and the wind indicated by the Force 12" in the Lugati, "the speed of 120 kilometers in excess of the heavy wind" is described as. The most comprehensive definition is; "The hurricane or tropical cyclone is the name given to the tropical winds, which is more than 118 km (75 miles) per hour, with large diameter and very severe Beaufort scale."

How does a hurricane occur?

Tropical cyclones occur when the heat is exposed while the humid air rises during evaporation. Condensation of the resulting water vapor gives the formation of cyclonic wind storms and fuel to the polar bottom. This nature event causes a warm-core storm system to occur. Hurricanes are frequently observed throughout the planet's equatorial lights and tropical regions. The rotation of the observed clock direction in the northern hemisphere and the rotation of the winds recorded in the southern hemisphere varies in the clockwise direction, according to the location and the fluctuation of the strength.

Thrive on Great waters

Hurricanes are also named Typhoon and tropical cyclone. It is characterized by strong winds, torrential rainfall, high waves and hurricane formation. Most hurricanes develop on large water bodies and gradually disappear while moving inward.

This is the main reason to live behind coastal areas and cause great damage to property, compared to inland regions. Hurricanes cause inner seat and the storm rises to 40 kilometers! In the hurricane, the warm air moves from tropical to temperate climatic zones, making them a large air circulation mechanism. Other advantages of hurricanes include the easing of drought and the protection of the Troposferin balance.

 

 

 

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