Hurricanes usually start in tropic areas because warm air and warm water are prime conditions for a hurricane to start. The warm air from the ocean rises rapidly, meeting cooler air that become storm clouds. The condensation releases heat, warmer the waters below to cycle back into the clouds when it rises again. This cycle creates a spiraling wind pattern. This pattern can cause winds to collide, pushing more water into the system, making the wind go even faster.
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