Why hurricanes get stronger when they pass over warm water

why hurricanes get stronger when they pass over warm water


marco
Asked Mar 16, 2010
they get bigger becase a hurracne absorbs the water and gets bigger and stronger
anthonyb1234
Answered Mar 23, 2010
i just go on line dude
nickk Feb 27, 2011
I dont know...?!?!?!
nickk
Answered Feb 27, 2011
Sorry homie I ain't smart
Westsidehomie11
Answered May 29, 2013
Hurricanes require warm moist air and little wind shear. Heat causes the air to rise and the spin of the earth causes the cyclonic spinning. When they pass over warm water it enhances those conditions, increasing the intensity of the storm..
Rob
Answered May 29, 2013
hurricanes basicly need warm water so it gives more energy like marco said
followmydestiny
Answered Nov 12, 2013

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