A secondary school revision resource for GCSE Geography with information about how weather affects human activity. The strongest tropical storms are called hurricanes , typhoons or tropical cyclones. Rising warm air causes the pressure to decrease at higher.
Find out about what hurricanes are and how they are created. Kids learn about hurricanes (Tropical Cyclones) including how they form, names, eye, eye wall, rainbands, locations, seasons, facts, and categories. Tropical refers to the geographical origin of these systems, which .
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