Severe Weather Formation By: Sylvester Brewster
A thunderstorm begins and warm air rises.Then warm air begins to rotate(called a mesocyclone).Finally air begins to roll creating the vortex.
Hurricanes must have warm water temperatures that will create warm moist air. Hurricanes begin as a bunch of thunderstorms. Then warm air from storms moves to the center and rises creating clouds. After that clouds form a ring(eye wall) and it begins to spin.Finally the storm dies once it goes far into land.