Like all weather features, cyclones go through a life cycle– first forming, then going through a “mature” stage, and eventually dissipating. The processes that cause a cyclone to weaken and die are collectively known as “cyclolysis”. As Weather Break marches towards its final episode this coming Friday, we decided to spend this week on the ways in which weather features end, with the spotlight being on cyclones today. How does a broad area of low pressure suddenly have pressures that increase and return to normal? Tune in to today’s episode of Weather Break for the answers!
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