When you are looking at a hurricane on radar or in satellite pictures, probably their most noticeable trait is how incredibly “structured” they are. Everyone has heard of the “eye” of the hurricane, and the “eyewall” and “rainbands” surrounding the eye bring most of the precipitation and damage during the storm. In today’s episode of Weather Break, Creighton University student Ally Peetz reviews the structure of these storms.
Here are the links that Ally mentioned in her program:
A brief summary of the structure of hurricanes, plus more information about hurricanes in general, can be found at enchantedlearning.com.