Tropical Cyclone


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A storm system characterised by a large low-pressure centre and thunderstorms that produce strong winds and heavy rain. More technically, it is a non-frontal synoptic scale cyclone originating over tropical or sub-tropical waters with organised convection and definite cyclonic surface wind circulation
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Record 22 global tropical cyclones have now developed in the Northern Hemisphere in 2015
If an area of low pressure develops within the leading edge of the monsoon rains, then occasionally it can develop into a tropical cyclone.
It depends completely on the movement of this tropical cyclone.
Only 7 tropical cyclones of TS+ intensity have hit HI, now 2 in 3 DAYS?
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Each tropical cyclone season, the South Pacific region experiences approximately nine tropical cyclones, about half of which reach Category 3 intensity or above, and have the potential to cause severe destruction.
TIKE expands the concept by accumulating IKE over the lifespan of a tropical cyclone and over all named tropical cyclones in the hurricane season.
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At the moment, despite favourable La Nina influence and Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) presence very close to our northern border, tropical cyclone influence has kept an anticyclonic influence active in our middle altitudes, so restricting convective ability.
Wdowinski and a colleague from Florida International University analyzed data from quakes magnitude-6 and above in Taiwan and Haiti and found a strong temporal relationship between the two natural hazards, where large earthquakes occurred within four years after a very wet tropical cyclone season.

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