typhoons are hurricanes and they are measured by category, which
is determined by wind speed.
Typhoons cannot be prevented.
Typhoons and hurricanes are the same thing. Typhoons occur in the Pacific basin. The waters around China, Taiwan, and Japan are home to typhoons.
No, typhoons are a southeast Asia phenomena.
Typhoons and hurricanes are the same. The storms are called hurricanes in the Atlantic and Typhoons in the Pacific. The name "typhoon" is an English version of the Japanese word pronounced "taifu".
The typhoons in the Philippines are named from A-Z.
No. Typhoons are tropical storms. Antarctica is a polar desert.
Typhoons can deliver much needed rain to a region.
Typhoons can destroy homes and buildings
meteorologists name typhoons in alphabetical order
The countries that are most affected by typhoons are China, Philippines and Zimbabwe. Typhoons can be strong and destructive tropical storm.
In simplest terms, blizzards have snow and typhoons do not.
Typhoons can't be prevented. They can only be prepared for.
The noun 'typhoon' is a count noun, the plural form is 'typhoons'. There can be one typhoon, several typhoons, or a series of typhoons.
During the 2006 season, eleven typhoons entered the Philippines. Of those, 8 were super typhoons. Six tropical storms or tropical depressions hit the Philippines in 2006, in addition to the typhoons.
any part of the philippines can be struck by typhoons but statically more typhoons hit luzon region than the visayas and mindanao
Typhoons occur from the starting month of May to the ending month of December.
They do. But they are not called typhoons there. They are called intense tropical cyclones.
Any kind of storm including typhoons are dangerous. Hope this helped!
No. Hurricanes and Typhoons occer in large bodies of warm water.
Yes. Typhoons have names just like hurricanes as they are essentially the same thing.
An average of 20 typhoons enter the Philippines in a year.
Just go on to Google images, type typhoons in the search bar. P.s- tropical cyclones, hurricanes, and typhoons are all the same...
Typhoons weaken when the make land-fall - because they lose the 'fuel' of the storm. Typhoons are fuelled by the moisture they 'suck up' from the ocean. once over land, they lose the source of their power - and eventually die.
Typhoons cause damage through high winds and heavy rains. The storm surges from typhoons can also cause damage, as can the effects of loss of electrical power.