Hurricanes and tornados are some of the many natural disasters that plague our planet. Hurricane and tornados have differences on how they are formed and where they are formed. Also much damage they can cause when they appear. They also appear in my different sizes after they take physical form. Those are some of the many differences on hurricanes and tornados.
Hurricanes and tornados both need warm and cold air to become Hurricane or tornados but are different is in forming. Hurricanes usually start off their lives as clusters of clouds and thunderstorms called tropical disturbances.(HowHurr) A hurricane develops when warm air rises from the oceans and hits cold air and fuse, after fusing, the fused air forces the warm air into the atmosphere, which become the tropical disturbance. As the warm air is being forced out, a patent of wind which spiral up in the eye of the storm with water viper form the oceans keep on fueling this rotation until it become a hurricane. (youtube)
Unlike a hurricane that is form in the ocean a tornado is form on flat land. When cold and warm airs from different direction collide with each other they form a huge thunderstorm called a super cell. When air from two different altitudes begin to go at two different speeds they begin to form a funnel in between called a wind shear. (eo.ucar) When a part of the wind shear gets caught in the super cell upper draft, the speed of the upper draft will make the column go much faster curating a funnel cloud. (eo.ucar) When the funnel cloud is visible rain or hail from the storm will push down on the tail of the funnel cloud until it touches down on land making it a tornado.
After the Hurricanes and tornado are have passed by and vanish, many people see the divesting damage they left behind. Hurricanes cause damages by destroying home and killing over hundreds of lives with its rain, winds, storm surge, and floods. In August 29, 2005 Hurricane Katrina destroyed over 300,000 homes, nearly four times the number destroyed by hurricane Andrew in 1992. (disaster) Most of the people who had fled to other parts of the country came back to nothing because Katrina had gotten rid of it; even neighbors, friends, family’s that stated behind had even lost their lives. About 1,836 people lost their lives during and immediately after the hurricane.( disaster) No one really know how people died in this Hurricane, it could have been by drowning, swept...