8 Weather 3 - Cooling and Rainfall Releases 580 cal/g of...

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Sun warms water or land Low pressure cools
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High Amounts of Solar Heating Moist Air Where? When? Hurricanes are Convective Storms
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Hurricane season = June - November * When?
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June 23.26o September
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equator 30 o N wind Atlantic Hurricanes develop between 8 o and 20 o latitude Warm water and Coriolis circulation
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Solar heat Warms water Water Evaporates 580 cal/g heat
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Unformatted text preview: Cooling and Rainfall Releases 580 cal/g of heat Ordinary Thunderstorm Rising moist air Contains 580 cal/g heat. Low Pressure inflow inflow Cooling and Condensation Release of latent heat (580 Cal/g) Condensation and release of latent heat (580 Cal/g) Rising air Rising air Rising air Intensifies...
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