electrikid97
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How do warmer seas make stronger hurricanes?

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greenprof2
Aug 30, 2012
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Warmer seas mean additional available energy to stoke the storm through the water-air interface. Example: this month (Aug '12) we saw Tropical Storm Isaac advance to hurricane status when passing over the warm Gulf of Mexico waters before hitting the SE US coast.

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