Bad weather, like hurricanes, tornadoes, and typhoons

Formation: Hurricanes, tornadoes, and typhoons are all very strong storms, but they form and move in different ways.

Hurricanes happen over warm ocean water and have a clear center, strong winds, and a lot of rain. They live in large numbers in the Atlantic and northeastern Pacific.

Tornadoes usually happen during strong thunderstorms and are marked by a funnel-shaped cloud that twists and moves quickly from the base of the storm to the ground.

Hurricanes and typhoons are very similar, but typhoons only happen in the northwest Pacific, mostly around Japan and Southeast Asia.

Damage Potential: All three can do a lot of damage with their strong winds, heavy rain, storm waves, and tornadoes that form inside the storm.

Tracking and Predicting: High-tech and specialized weather instruments are used to track and guess how these very bad weather events will form and move.

Effects of Climate Change: Some people are worried that climate change could change how often and how badly these events happen, making weather trends worse and less reliable.

Emergency readiness: To lessen the damage from hurricanes, tornadoes, and typhoons, communities in sensitive areas set up emergency readiness measures like escape plans and early warning systems.

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