Subject: Explain how the eye of a hurricane forms?
Date: Sun Sep 26 20:52:09 1999
Posted by Russell
Grade level: K-3
School: Chesapeake Academy
City: Arnold State/Province: MD
Area of science: Earth Sciences
"Magic Schoolbus" in their hurricane book said it was related to
centrifugal force pushing the eyewall outward but if so why is the eye
smaller the stronger the storm - if it truly was related to centrifugal
force wouldn't the eye be stretched out (wider) the stronger it was?
Re: Explain how the eye of a hurricane forms?
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