Where do tropical cyclones occur?
Close to Australia and New Zeland.
Hurricanes and typhoons occur in tropical areas, but can move into extratropical areas as well. There are different types of cyclone, however. Tropical cyclones (hurricanes, typhoons, tropical storms and tropical depressions) form in tropical regions but extratropical and polar lows are cyclones as well.
There cannot be tropical cyclones in Finland for the simple reason that Finland is not in a tropical or subtropical area. In order for cyclones to form, certain conditions are required, and one of these conditions is sea surface temperatures of 26.5 degrees Celsius or higher. This does not occur in the seas around Finland.
They can happen at any time. The United States gets two types of cyclones: tropical cyclones (tropiical storms and hurricanes) and mid-latitude cyclones. Tropical cyclones typically hit the United States in the later half of summer and early fall. Mid-latitude cyclones are more common and can occur at any time, but are most common and strongest in the colder half of the year.
Typhoons, cyclones, and hurricanes are the same thing. Typhoons occur in the western Pacific Ocean Hurricanes occur in the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, and the Gulf of Mexico; intense form of tropical storm Cyclones occur near the Indian Ocean and Australia. They need very warm ocean water and an air disturbance to keep warm air rising to last.
Different languages call hurricanes differently, because, well, there are different languages. However, English itself has identifiers for hurricanes in other parts of the world. Let's take a look. Tropical cyclones include all types of hurricanes, cyclones, and typhoons in all parts of the world. Tropical cyclones are large, organized swirls of thunderstorm (convective) activity, accompanied by strong winds. Hurricanes are tropical cyclones in the (North)East Pacific Ocean and North Atlantic Ocean. Though hurricanes, as an…