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Hurricanes, tornadoes & tropical storms: overview  related topic Geology: disasters, Tsunamis
COD Meteorology Regional Satellite images
Current storms world wide storm prediction systems, Hurricanes, climate, Weather
Earthforces earth science, plate tectonics, volcano, earthquake, tsunami, floods
Hurricanes, floods and tornadoes from space also clouds and volcanoes
Hurricanes, typhoons and tropical cyclones FAQ the terms "hurricane" and "typhoon" are regionally specific names for a strong "tropical cyclone". A tropical cyclone is the generic term for a non-frontal synoptic scale low-pressure system over tropical or sub-tropical waters with organized convection (i.e. thunderstorm activity) and definite cyclonic surface wind circulation
Savage earth if our planet is a sleeping giant, it slumbers fitfully, slowly and insidiously, earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis, and other natural disasters. Highlights include animated illustrations
Severe and hazardous weather tornadoes, hurricanes, hail, thunderstorms, blizzards
Tropical cyclone and hurricane glossary Hurricane glossary, climate, Weather
Tropical storms worldwide hurricanes, typhoons & tropical cyclones, climate, Weather
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Hurricanes & cyclones - tropical storms 
Anatomy of a hurricane exhaust, hot air, atmosphere, storm clouds, spiral, storm eye, cool air, warm air, eye wall, storm's winds, spiraling winds, pdf file
Anatomy of a hurricane Hurricanes evolve and decay from weather anomalies through defined stages. Tropical storms are loosely defined as a warm-core, non frontal, low pressure large weather system with a defined counter clockwise wind rotation that form over tropical or subtropical waters
Anatomy of a hurricane - the eye, eye wall and spiral bands
Current Tropical Cyclone Information Western North Pacific Ocean and South China Sea, Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico, North Atlantic and eastern North Pacific Oceans
Cyclone names Worldwide Tropical Cyclone Names
Cyclones Tropical cyclones (also known as hurricanes in North America and typhoons in Asia) are giant whirlwinds of air and dense cloud spiraling at over 120 km/hr around a central 'eye' of extreme low pressure, ...
Cyclones tropical cyclones (also known as hurricanes in North America and typhoons in Asia) are giant whirlwinds of air and dense cloud spiraling at over 120 km/hr around a central 'eye' of extreme low pressure
Details of the hurricane eye's structure
How a hurricane forms Hurricane
How do tropical cyclones form ?
How hurricanes work Hurricanes only form over really warm ocean water of 26.5 C or more, ...
How hurricanes work
How hurricanes work
Hurricane archives hurricane information including charts on the track of the storm plus a text based table of tracking information
Hurricane archives The National Hurricane Center's Tropical Cyclone Reports (formerly called Preliminary Reports) contain comprehensive information on each storm, including synoptic history, meteorological statistics, casualties and damages, and the post-analysis best track (six-hourly positions and intensities), ...
Hurricanes hurricanes, also called typhoons or cyclones in different parts of the world, have always struck mankind
Hurricanes & Tropical Cyclone Neighborhoods tropical cyclones, hurricanes, typhoons, and cyclones)
Hurricanes, typhoons and tropical cyclones The terms "hurricane" and "typhoon" are regionally specific names for a strong "tropical cyclone". A tropical cyclone is the generic term for a non-frontal synoptic scale low-pressure system over tropical or sub-tropical waters with organized convection, ..., a tip
Hurricane pics
National hurricane center tropical prediction center, tropical analysis and forecast branch
Hurricane Katrina - August 2005 Explore the impact of Hurricane Katrina on the New Orleans area
Hurricane Katrina Images Hurricane Katrina Images, Gulf coast of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama after Hurricane Katrina made landfall
Hurricane Multimedia Gallery
Hurricanes
Hurricanes
Hurricanes hurricanes are formed over tropical oceans where there are warm waters, humid air and converging winds. It takes a lot of energy for a hurricane to be created- not to mention just the right conditions. Hurricanes start out as a group of storms that begin to rotate when they encounter converging winds
Hurricanes introduction to hurricanes and their associated features
Hurricanes and other cyclones
Hurricane Storm List and Maps
Hurricane Visualizations
Nature and Structure of Tropical Cyclones
Parts of a tropical storm
Storms storm protection, climate, Weather
Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Intensity Scale Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Intensity Scale
Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale
Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale
Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale, The Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale is a 1-5 rating based on the hurricane's present intensity
Saffir-Simpson scale the relative strength of a hurricane is also measured on a scale based on its greatest wind speed. This scale is named the Saffir-Simpson scale for the men who invented it
The eye: satellite images hurricane structure
Tropical cyclone A tropical cyclone is a relatively small, intensely developed low pressure cell that usually occur over warm oceans. Its diameter can range between 200 and 2 000 km, ...
Tropical cyclone glossary
Tropical cyclone categories (Australia)
Tropical Cyclone Movies
Tropical cyclones tropical cyclones are low pressure systems in the tropics that, in the Southern Hemisphere, have well defined clockwise wind circulations with a region surrounding the centre with gale force winds (sustained winds of 63 km/h or greater with gusts in excess of 90 km/h)
Tropical Cyclone Formation
Tropical Cyclone Formation Regions
Tropical prediction center storm protection, climate, Weather
Tropical storm watch a list of links to current Tropical Storm paths and other information about meteorological conditions in tropics
Types of tropical cyclones Tropical depression, Tropical storm, Hurricane
Tropical Twisters Most people associate twisters with tornadoes, but in fact tropical twisters come from hurricanes. Hurricanes are what scientists call "strong Tropical Cyclones"
Western North Pacific Ocean and South China Sea Tropical cyclones names
Worldwide Tropical Cyclone Names
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