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Tropical Cyclone

Tropical tornado, likewise called storm or typhoon, an exceptional roundabout tempest that starts over warm tropical seas and is described by low environmental weight, high breezes, and substantial downpour. Drawing vitality from the ocean surface and keeping up its quality as long as it stays over warm water, a tropical tornado produces winds that surpass 119 km (74 miles) every hour. In extraordinary cases winds may surpass 240 km (150 miles) every hour, and blasts may outperform 320 km (200 miles) every hour. Going with these solid breezes are heavy rains and a staggering wonder known as the tempest flood, a rise of the ocean surface that can arrive at 6 meters (20 feet) better than average levels. Such a mix of high breezes and water makes tornadoes a genuine risk for beach front territories in tropical and subtropical regions of the world. Consistently during the pre-fall months (July–September in the Northern Hemisphere and January–March in the Southern Hemisphere), typhoons strike districts as far separated as the Gulf Coast of North America, northwestern Australia, and eastern India and Bangladesh.

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