Are there any differences in rotation of a storm in different hemispheres for example a hurricane in U.S. and one on the other side of the world?
Yes, In the northern hemisphere storms rotate counter clockwise. In the southern Hemisphere they rotate clockwise. Therefore Hurricanes are always in the northern Hemisphere and cyclones are in the southern.
There are many different forces that create ocean currents. Among them are: the earth's rotation, salinity differences, wind, density differences, and buoyant forces. Temperature differences can create some of these differences, but we would have ocean currents even if the oceans were a uniform temperature.