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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Hurricanes The body of water has to be at least at 80 Fahrenheit. Hurricanes are swirling, dangerous thunderstorms, forming over warm water. Hurricanes have an eye in the center, eyewall, and spiral rainbands, also known as feeder bands. Hurricanes have many nicknames. Such as, tropical cyclones, cyclones, tropical depression, and swirling disasters. These cyclones get their names by scientists, to make it easier to remember. Hurricanes form near the equator, because of the warm water. The swirling disasters tend to go to the west. FAST FACTS What are hurricanes? How do hurricanes get their names? On Oct. 24th-Nov. 4, 1998. Hurricane Mitch occurred in Central America and Mexico. Mitch was known as the deadliest Atlantic hurricane in more than 200 years. Hurricane Mitch did so much impact, that he killed over 11,000. Digital image. Hurricane Structure: EnchantedLearning. N.p., n.d. Web. Digital Image Cites Digital image. Hurricane Mitch, the Damage and Destruction Report! N.p., n.d. Web. He affected Nicaragua and Honduras the most by causing Nicaragua to has severe mudslides, and in the Honduras, Mitch caused highways ripped off, and 70% of crops gone More about hurricanes Hurricanes form near the equator, due to the Coriolis Effect. Scientists measure hurricanes by looking at how high the tropical cyclone is. Most of these disasters occur in the Atlantic, Eastern Pacific, some in the Eastern Pacific.
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