How do you draw a hurricane?
How to Draw a Hurricane
- Draw a circle. If you would like the hurricane symbol to be more detailed, inside the circle draw a spiral starting from the middle point.
- Draw the arms of the hurricane symbol.
- Connect the two arms back to the original circle to make them triangular.
How do tornadoes start?
Tornadoes form when warm, humid air collides with cold, dry air. The denser cold air is pushed over the warm air, usually producing thunderstorms. The warm air rises through the colder air, causing an updraft. When it touches the ground, it becomes a tornado.
Is a tornado real?
Tornadoes are most common in spring and least common in winter, but tornadoes can occur any time of year that favorable conditions occur. Spring and fall experience peaks of activity as those are the seasons when stronger winds, wind shear, and atmospheric instability are present.
How can you survive a tornado?
TIP ❸: Know where to shelter. Although there is no completely safe place during a tornado, some locations are much safer than others. Go to the basement or an inside room without windows on the lowest floor (bathroom, closet, center hallway). If possible, avoid sheltering in a room with windows.
What is the hurricane symbol?
A tropical storm ( symbol right) is a tropical cyclone whose sustained wind speeds are at least 38 mph (34 knots). A hurricane ( symbol left) is a tropi- cal cyclone whose sustained wind speeds are greater than 74 mph (64 knots).
Where in the world do hurricanes occur?
Hurricanes originate in the Atlantic basin, which includes the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, and Gulf of Mexico, the eastern North Pacific Ocean, and, less frequently, the central North Pacific Ocean.