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One's a typhoon and one's a normal storm

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Yes. A typhoon is a storm, it is a tropical storm.


The only difference between a hurricane, a cyclone, and a typhoon is the location where the storm occurs.


Yes a typhoon is a type of storm that rotates.


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The center of a typhoon is the eye of the typhoon. Also known as The Eye of The Storm.


Typhoon originates in the Greek for their monster Typhoon the storm giant.


the different typhoons are tropical depression,tropical storm,typhoon,and super typhoon


A typhoon is a tropical storm that takes place mainly in the Pacific Ocean.


A typhoon is a weather event and the word typhoon is a noun. Some synonyms for typhoon are hurricane, tropical cyclone, and storm.


A hurricane is a storm its also a typhoon its the same :)


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No, a typhoon is a large, powerful storm known as a hurricane in other parts of the world.


The noun 'typhoon' is a concrete noun, a word for a physical storm.


A storm with winds of 35-64 km/h would not be a typhoon. The minimum wind speed for a storm to be considered a typhoon is 119 km/h. A tropical system with winds of 35-64 km/h would be a tropical depression.


A typhoon is a storm system that forms over the waters of the oceans. The disadvantages of the typhoon is the property damage, land damage, and deaths that occur with these massive storms.


A storm is virtually any weather event which produces strong wind, heavy rain and/or some dangerous weather condition. A typhoon is a kind of storm generically called a tropical cyclone and is essentially the same thing as a hurricane. A typhoon is a large-scale tropical storm system that occurs in the Pacific Ocean north of the equator between 180 and 140 degrees east, characterized by low pressure, counterclockwise rotation, organized convection, and sustained winds of at least 74 mph.


The names of tropical storms are also included here, as they need not become hurricanes to be named.Atlantic:Tropical Storm AlbertoTropical Storm DebbyHurricane ChrisTropical Storm DebbyHurricane ErnestoTropical Storm FlorenceHurricane GordonTropical Storm HeleneHurricane IsaacTropical Storm JoyceHurricane KirkHurricane LeslieHurricane MichealHurricane NadineTropical Storm OscarTropical Storm PattyHurricane RafaelHurricane SandyTropical Storm TonyEastern PacificTropical Storm AlettaHurricane BudHurricane CarlottaHurricane DanielHurricane EmiliaHurricane FabioHurricane GilmaTropical Storm HectorHurricane IleanaTropical Storm JohnTropical Storm KristyHurricane LaneHurricane MiriamTropical Storm NormanTropical Storm OliviaHurricane PaulTropical Storm RosaWestern Pacific (here hurricanes are called typhoons)Tropical Storm PakharTropical Storm SanvuTyphoon MawarTyphoon GucholSevere Tropical Storm KalimTropical Storm DoksuriSevere Tropical Storm KhanunTyphoon VicenteTyphoon SaolaTyphoon DamreyTyphoon HaikuiSevere Tropical Storm KirogiTyphoon Kai-takTyphoon TembinTyphoon BolavenTyphoon SanbaTyphoon JelawatSevere Tropical Storm EwiniarSevere Tropical Storm MaliksiSevere Tropical Storm GaemiTyphoon PrapiroonSevere Tropical Storm MariaTyphoon Son-TinhIndian Ocean (where hurricanes are called cyclonic storms or tropical cyclones)Cyclonic Storm MurjanCyclonic Storm NilamTropical Cyclone BenildeModerate Tropical Storm ChandaSevere Tropical Storm EthelIntense Tropical Cyclone FunsoIntense Tropical Cyclone GiovannaModerate Tropical Storm HilwaSevere Tropical Storm IrinaSevere Tropical Storm Koji-JoniSevere Tropical Storm KuenaIntense Tropical Cyclone AnaisAustralia region (where hurricanes are called cyclones)Cyclone HeidiCyclone IggyCyclone JasmineCyclone LuaSouth Pacific (where hurricanes are called tropical cyclones)Tropical Cyclone CyrilTropical Cyclone Daphne


water As a typhoon is a pacific cyclonic tropical storm it is made up of a great wind


A storm must have sustained winds of at least 74 mph to be considered a typhoon.


The smallest and most violent type of storm on earth is a typhoon


A typhoon - is a rotating storm similar to a hurricane. A flood - us simply excess water that cannot be carried away by a river system - and can be caused by various events.


So you can prepared for a bad storm.



Such a storm is called a typhoon.



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