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Today we will be going into the eye of a hurricane, but first, let's do some research about Hurricanes.
Hurricanes Hurricanes form over the equator because Hurricanes need warm water to form. The term "Hurricane" is actually only used for the larger storms that form over the Atlantic Ocean or the Eastern Pacific Ocean. The more generic and scientific term for these storms, wherever they occur, is "Tropical Cyclone". A Tropical Cyclone is like an engine that's fuel, which is required, is warm, moist air. Tropical Cyclones also require warm water (the water has to be at LEAST 80 degrees Fahrenheit for at lest the top 50 meters below the surface). Tropical Cyclones also need wind. That's why Tropical Cyclones form near the equator, because the equator is so warm.
Hurricanes The Hurricane season was so Devastating this past year most likely because of Climate Change. This most likely why because Hurricanes need warm water and warm, moist air to form and since Climate Change has made the planet warmer, that means the ocean and bodies of water heat up faster creating more precipitation, therefore making the air moister and making more clouds. so, when a Hurricane forms there are more clouds and a warmer temperature so the Hurricane gets more energy and gets bigger and more devastating.
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