Hurricanes are caused by clusters of thunderstorm consolidating together, developing over warm, tropical seawater, typically in late summer. These storms merge together into a spiral shape to form the hurricane. Because their intense pressure draws in warm, moist winds, they spiral upward and spin faster. The rapidly rising air then cools, forming towering storm clouds and torrential rains. Fog forms when warm, moisture laden air is cooled by contact with the ground or sea. Wind is the movement ...
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