Arabia Weather - Many people have heard about a tropical or sub-tropical depression affecting a specific region, and sometimes we hear of a “tropical storm” forming in the ocean or the Arabian Sea, and the name “tropical depression” is often associated with heavy rains, strong winds, torrents and floods, in the places affected. These lows.
Tropical depression or tropical storm is a term given to a system of low atmospheric pressure over tropical waters, often accompanied by strong winds that rotate either clockwise in the southern part of the globe, or counterclockwise in the northern part of the globe.
Often in the tropics there is a large area of low air pressure, extending on both sides of the equator. This area always contains low pressure due to the high temperature, and heating of the air occurs over the waters of the warm tropical ocean. When the hot air rises to the top, it cools and condenses, forming huge amounts of air. From rainy thunderclouds.
The process of continuing the flow of moist air into the warm ocean waters causes a group of thunderstorms to gather, and this leads to the formation of a very deep center of low pressure on the surface, forming what is known as a “tropical storm” or “tropical depression.” Tropical storms are often accompanied by strong winds. Strong, sometimes exceeding speeds of 60 km/h, bringing heavy rain and causing property losses.
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