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365 Days of Climate Awareness 40 — Hurricanes 1: Formation and Development

A hurricane, known elsewhere around the world as a cyclone or typhoon, is a very large (>300 miles in diameter) rotating storm system with a low-pressure center and circling bands of high wind and rain.

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