Describe a hurricane and how it forms

Rising warm air causes the pressure to decrease at higher altitudes. So the low pressure ‘sucks in’ air from the warm surroundings, which then also rises. Some ejected air also cools and dries, and sinks through the eye of the storm, adding to the low pressure at the centre.

Scientists at the American space agency NASA describe tropical . It also helps explain why global warming may lead to stronger hurricanes , although this gets complicate since climate change can also affect . Where and When Do They Form ? Kids learn about hurricanes (Tropical Cyclones) including how they form , names, eye, eye wall, rainbands, locations, seasons, facts, and categories.

Hurricanes do an important job for the Earth. The atmosphere (the air) must cool off very quickly the higher you go. Most hurricanes that hit the United States begin either in the Caribbean or the Atlantic. The yellow and orange areas in this image from the summer of. They are cyclones when they form over the Bay of Bengal and the northern Indian . Ingredients for hurricane formation.

Factors inhibiting hurricane formation. Sometimes several thunderstorms start rotating around a . BBC Weather How do hurricanes form.

They are known by many names, including hurricanes (North America), cyclones (India). Some storms can form just outside of the tropics, but in general the . Tropical cyclones typically form over large bodies of relatively warm water. They form over the warm waters of the ocean when there are large pressure and temperature differences . Their source of energy is water . I can add descriptions and details to an illustration to expand its meaning. I can use observational skills to create an . In the Atlantic basin, storms are carried by these .