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They're not spam.
I know ^_^. I'm working on the first link right now.
ok, thank u!
Okay for number one: Most hurricanes that affect the North America usually start off as a storm system, by the coast of Africa. This is because warm water rises into the air.
ok, let me write it down ;D
Okay hold on I'm typing two.
Yeah. Sorry. My little sister wanted something :| Anyway here's the second part: http://localhostr.com/files/23LwEvv/836210204ea6b611c2fc6bf8e5d3169b.jpg
Lol, its ok, and thanks!
Op, thanks for those first ones - could you help me with the rest of the chart,too?
Wish I could give you 7 billion medals.
Okedoke, let me copy that down really quick. THANKS!
Okay. I'm typing the rest. So hold on ^_^.
I WILL :DDDD
4) After the warm a rises higher until no more. It cools (condenses). The moisture condenses into clouds (water droplets). And cloud form. Thus the cycle repeats. http://localhostr.com/files/Wbln8jp/836210204ea6b611c2fc6bf8e5d3169b.jpg
Sorry I keep grinning.
Okay I'm doing number 5.
Thanks! Hey, Op, how'd you come up with the username?
5) The reason storms grow over ocean water is because, warm ocean water add "fuel" to the storm. As the storm spins faster and a low pressure "eye" forms in the center. The "eye" is calm place tho. http://localhostr.com/files/pssOC1s/836210204ea6b611c2fc6bf8e5d3169b.jpg
http://localhostr.com/files/muARSiE/836210204ea6b611c2fc6bf8e5d3169b.jpg All done. You'll have to do the drawings yourself sorry :( I'll get started on: http://fotos.fotoflexer.com/ed935ca346c9e9967a995ed01dab78a8.jpg
Its ok. And thanks; meanwhile I'll look of for the photos.
Mk, I found one. I'm going to divide the picture by stages.
I REALLY need help on link 2.
Hold on ^_^
http://localhostr.com/files/7y65YBf/ed935ca346c9e9967a995ed01dab78a8.jpg Okay the explanation: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_needed_for_a_formation_of_a_hurricane
so for the explanation (number 4) i put what it says on the wiki answers link?
Yeah. You could summaries it tho :P I'll answer number five.
ok, thanks. tho I'm not sure how ill b able to summarize... hmmm.
O and opcode what did you put for number 6 on the first link?
What causes hurricanes to form and move towards the United States? There are multiple causes the make hurricanes form and move towards the United States. Some are the wind direction and ocean currents. Most hurricanes that hit the United States begin either in the Caribbean or the Atlantic. Many of the worst start as seedlings coming off the coast of Africa. Like all tropical cyclones, a hurricane needs the warm water of the tropics, which feeds a storm with energy, in order to form. The atmosphere must be laden with moisture. So really the "winds" control the movement of the hurricane. Number six: http://localhostr.com/files/muARSiE/836210204ea6b611c2fc6bf8e5d3169b.jpg (For the first link)
thanks. I'm sorry to bug you again, but I'm having difficulty summarizing no. 4 on the second link. Help me with that [please] and I'll bug you no more! Please:D
PS. Where'd you get the last one on the second link?
I wrote the last one. Okay I'll summaries it for you then.
and i'll leave u in peace, promise.
Area of Low-pressure: Low pressure (such as that along fronts) build convection (thunderstorms) over the center. As the convection builds, it creates updrafts in the center which draw in more energy to keep building the convection. The updrafts lower the pressure which, in turn, increases the winds. Very warm ocean water: Typically, you must have ocean temperatures at a minimum of 80 degrees F as well as light winds in the upper atmosphere. Thunderstorms: Waves (areas of sharp change of winds at the surface) and other areas of low pressure (such as that along fronts) build convection (thunderstorms) over the center. Sustains winds of at lest 33m/s or 73 mph.: If it's anything below 73 mph it's NOT a hurricane. Closed Circulation of clouds: The updrafts lower the pressure which, in turn, increases the winds. If there is a closed circulation (winds rotating around a point), you have a tropical system or cyclone.
woah. let me see.
u are so awesome.