Hurricane Specialist Greg Postel explains the energy cycle of hurricanes. The first thing that happens is a hurricane stores heat from the tropical ocean in its core until its stored enough to be released into the atmosphere as heavy rainfall. This rainfall created by the hurricane then fuels the strong winds and makes the storm even more intense.
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