Do tornadoes lose strength passing over water?
No. If anything, the reduced friction may cause the wind speed to increase.
Because the coastline happens to be in the path of the hurricane. Hurricanes build in strength if they are over a large body of warm water, and lose strength if they are over cooler water or over land. As long as it's over warm water and other conditions are favorable, the hurricane will continue until it either hits cool water or hits land. Because of how rapidly hurricanes lose strength over land, coastal areas beard…
Passing over land. Warm water tends to increase the power of a hurricane, which is why they are always found in warmer parts of the world. When they pass over land, one of their sources of power is gone. Even passing over cooler waters or heading away from the warm regions of the world will cause them to lose power.
Why do hurricanes lose their strength as they cross land and then regain there strength when they hit a large body of water such as the Atlantic Ocean or the Gulf of Mexico?
The reason why our culture today gains strength than lose strength is because we exercise more than what people of the past did and thus makes us stronger and happier than what anyone would ever be. 2. Education and knowledge, working togother as one unit makes the culture gain strength. War, bad economy and natural disasters makes it lose that strength