A typhoon is formed by a low central pressure zone, high speed winds and warm sea/ocean water. These factors when ideal the typhoon is created. Wind speed of at least 34 knots and water temperature of 82 degrees Fahrenheit are needed. So these make for a typhoon, what makes it die down is that after a while the supply of these are out, meaning that either the water gets colder as the typhoon progresses or the wind get slower, or the pressure differences are equalled again.
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