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What is the minimum wind speed necessary for a storm to be considered a hurricane? How does circulation differ between a hurricane in the northern and southern hemispheres? What conditions are necessary for a hurricane to form? Look and listen to the animation on wind shear. What is wind shear? What happens if there is a high amount of wind shear? Is there a difference between a hurricane, a typhoon, or a cyclone? Why can’t hurricanes form right at the equator? What are the three factors that weaken a hurricane during development? What are the three stages of development for a hurricane? What are the three major features/structures of a hurricane? What conditions are present in each structure? What is the difference between a hurricane watch and a hurricane warning? What exactly is a storm surge? How does the low pressure of the eye contribute to the storm surge? Where are tornadoes commonly found in a hurricane? If you are caught in a rip current (rip tide), what is the best way to escape it? How do scientists think that El Niño affects hurricanes in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans?
i know it's alot but any help is greatly appreciated!!
Hmmm I only know the mimimum speed becuase I used sail, but a hurricane need a speed on more than 32,6 m/s or more than 63 knots.
ok thank-you! =) i have a few already answered i just need to make sure i can have all these answers so i can study for the test =) oh and what do you mean by '63 knots' ?
Knots is a unit about 1.852 km/h if i remember right ^^
Most used unit on the waters if you are a sailer.
oh ok i see well thanks again for the help!
Well not much consindering you still have more than 10 questions left.
haha oh well i'll just break the questions up and post what i dont have the answer to yet one at a time