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WEATHER DISTURBANCESPREPARED BY:       HURRICANE, TROPICAL CYCLONE, TYPHOON,     AARON LOPEZ                         TORNA...
What is a weather disturbance?   A weather disturbance is a general term that    describes any pulse of energy moving thr...
3. Cyclone 1. Tropical Cyclone                                      Summary2. Tornado             4. Storm
Tropical Cyclone/Hurricane/Typhoon   An Intense circular storm that originates over warm    tropical oceans and is charac...
Tornado   Tornado is a small-diameter column of violently    rotating air developed within a convective cloud    and in c...
Cyclone   Cyclone is any large system of winds that circulates    about a centre of low atmospheric pressure in a    coun...
Storm   Violent atmospheric disturbance, characterized by    low barometric pressure, cloud cover, precipitation,    stro...
Summary   Weather disturbance is a pulse of energy moving    through the atmosphere. They are embedded in the    general ...
Summary(cont.)   Cyclone is a general term for any large system of    winds that circulates about a center of low    atmo...
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  1. 1. WEATHER DISTURBANCESPREPARED BY: HURRICANE, TROPICAL CYCLONE, TYPHOON, AARON LOPEZ TORNADO, CYCLONE, STORM
  2. 2. What is a weather disturbance? A weather disturbance is a general term that describes any pulse of energy moving through the atmosphere. They are important in that they can act as focusing mechanisms for storm formation, or even to intensify low pressure systems. They are typically mid or upper atmospheric troughs of low pressure that are embedded in the general wind flow of the atmosphere.
  3. 3. 3. Cyclone 1. Tropical Cyclone Summary2. Tornado 4. Storm
  4. 4. Tropical Cyclone/Hurricane/Typhoon An Intense circular storm that originates over warm tropical oceans and is characterized by low atmospheric pressure, high winds and heavy rains. A Tropical Cyclone draws energy from the sea surface and maintaining its strength as long as it remains over warm water. A Tropical Cyclone is accompanied by torrential rains.
  5. 5. Tornado Tornado is a small-diameter column of violently rotating air developed within a convective cloud and in contact with the ground. Tornadoes that hit a populated area causes fantastic destruction and great loss of life, mainly from flying debris and collapsing structures. This strong winds occur in all continents except Antarctica.
  6. 6. Cyclone Cyclone is any large system of winds that circulates about a centre of low atmospheric pressure in a counter clockwise direction north of the Equator and in a clockwise direction to the south. This winds are generally associated with rain or snow. If there are two cyclones that are near and interacting with each other, they cause the Fujiwhara Effect.
  7. 7. Storm Violent atmospheric disturbance, characterized by low barometric pressure, cloud cover, precipitation, strong winds, and possibly lightning and thunder. In meteorology, storm is restricted to a cyclone with a strong low pressure center, strong winds, accompanied by heavy precipitation, lightning and thunder. This generally forms from Low-Pressure Area (LPA)
  8. 8. Summary Weather disturbance is a pulse of energy moving through the atmosphere. They are embedded in the general wind flow of the atmosphere. Tropical Cyclone is an intense circular storm that originates over warm tropical oceans and is characterized by low atmospheric pressure, high winds and heavy rains. Tornado is a small-diameter column of violent air within a convective cloud in contact with the ground.
  9. 9. Summary(cont.) Cyclone is a general term for any large system of winds that circulates about a center of low atmospheric pressure accompanied by rain or snow. Storm is a violent atmospheric disturbance, characterized by low barometric pressure, cloud cover, precipitation, strong winds, and possibly lightning and thunder. Storm generally forms from LPA
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