Hurricanes galore

@pradab (473)
India
October 10, 2017 12:06pm CST
I'm writing this with the American and carribean area in mind...For the past few weeks,we have been hearing of hurricanes one after another pounding the carribean island and American gulf coast..What do you make of it?...why so many hurricanes?
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@MALUSE (38023)
• Germany
10 Oct
Unfortunately, I'm not a meteorologist. So I can't answer the question.
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@pradab (473)
• India
10 Oct
Sorry I don't want a meteorologist opinion,I want your own original opinion,
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@MALUSE (38023)
• Germany
10 Oct
@pradab I must disappoint you. I have no original opinion on hurricanes.
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@pradab (473)
• India
10 Oct
@MALUSE it's sad but it's ok
• United States
10 Oct
I think it is just a bad year this year Pradab that so many of these natural travesties are happening..look at all the terrible typhoons on other yeas also for India
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@pradab (473)
• India
10 Oct
You are right...there are weather problems all over the world..but still a lot of publicity has been given for the hurricanes
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• United States
10 Oct
@pradab Well its because of the USA always hogging the limelight.
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@pradab (473)
• India
10 Oct
@TiarasOceanView I think USA deserves it's place in the limelight
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@LadyDuck (147710)
• Switzerland
22 Oct
Surely because the climate is changing, the too hot weather and the cold in the upper atmosphere create more hurricanes.
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@pradab (473)
• India
22 Oct
Thanks for the scientific response... but how does both hot and cold weather create hurricanes?
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@LadyDuck (147710)
• Switzerland
23 Oct
@pradab This is something scientific that is pretty long to explain. You can read here how hurricanes form
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@ebanreb (6279)
• Philippines
10 Oct
Always have a watchful eyes to these calamities especially hurricane. Always take all the precautionary measures to avoid greater danger.
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@pradab (473)
• India
10 Oct
It's the coastal people everywhere that's used to this calamities... Nowadays with the help of weather forecast technology,they can take adequate protection and safety measures...
@ebanreb (6279)
• Philippines
10 Oct
@pradab Yeah right.
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@FayeHazel (16598)
• United States
11 Oct
It is sad indeed. It's like the weather is reacting to people's unhappiness
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@pradab (473)
• India
18 Oct
What did you mean actually?...anyway a new hurricane Ophelia has crashed into Ireland
@Tracy04 (10575)
• Malaysia
9 Nov
Although many hurricanes, hope you all there stay safe too!