Positives of extreme weather


The first time you hear about the extreme weather, it seems to you that it is a negative catastrophe on all sides. Also, when I first heard about the extreme weather, I thought it was a natural monster, but in many ways, but when I went deeper and looked for it, I found it completely different.  Why does the human mind think that the extreme weather has only negative aspects ??  Why did he not think about the positives of extreme weather?  In this final piece I will introduce you to an example of extreme weather and its positives.

Hurricanes You must have heard about it before, or it may have happened in your country, let me know you more about it.

Hurricanes: a hurricane is a storm or wind system orbiting a low center in atmospheric pressure, advancing at a speed of 20 to 30 miles (about 30 to 50 km) per hour, often bringing heavy rain, and high winds spinning in a spiral around the center of the hurricane  The most prominent feature of this cosmic phenomenon, the hurricane consists of torrential rains and enormous winds, despite the devastation associated with hurricanes and tropical storms.

Before I mention the positives of hurricanes that many people do not know, I will talk about the downsides of hurricanes:

Hurricane negatives:

Over thousands of years, hurricanes have strengthened their reputation as destroyers, so many people put them as embodiments of the force of nature or acts of divine anger, the word “hurricane” itself is already drawn from “Huracan,” a devastating  water god.  By choosing to summarize or embody these powerful actions from nature, the damage they cause stems from several different aspects of the storm.

1.Hurricanes produce abundant amounts of rain, a large storm can sink tens of meters of land in a day or two with its rain, and this amount of rain can also it creates floods that potentially destroy large areas.

2.In addition, strong gale winds within the storm can cause extensive structural damage to both industrial and natural structures.  This wind has the potential to destroy cars, break down walls and destroy trees, if a surge in storms occurs to coincide with high tide, it will erode beaches and large internal floods.The extent of hurricane damage depends not only on the strength of the  storm, but also on the way it deals It out with the ground.  In many cases, the storm hits the coastal strip, leaving the beaches full force.

3.Hurricane damage also depends to a large extent on whether the left side of the hurricane strikes a specific area, for example, and the right side of the hurricane  is replete with more strikes, because the wind speed and the speed of movement of the hurricanes complement each other.

4 .The mixture of wind, rain and floods can reach a coastal city and severely damage cities far from the coast.  In 1996, Hurricane Farran swept 150 miles (241 km) of land to reach a rally, tens of thousands of homes were damaged, tens of millions of trees were destroyed, electricity fell for weeks in some areas, and total damage was measured in billions  of dollars.

Hurricane Positives:

1.Hurricanes bring precipitation to areas that need water. Tropical cyclones are very effective in producing rain, so they can also be effective violators of droughts, and tropical cyclones are one of the most important means of precipitation, providing 25% or more of the rain for many places.

2.Hurricane strong winds can contribute to the agricultural sector in the long term, as they cause the distribution of topsoil to areas that it lacks, by redeveloping and improving infrastructure, property value and living conditions in some areas. With tropical cyclones moving across the ocean, striking  Wind and surf water contents. This mixing breaks the stains of bacteria that lie in the water and can put a previous end to the red tide, which can occur along the Gulf Coast and the West Coast.

3.The winds can also pump water close to the surface, which helps restore life to the areas where the red tide was  One of the major pluses of hurricanes around the world is the balance of temperature between the poles and the equator, this temperature imbalance will always be present because of the direction of the polar axis of our planet, the equator receives more solar energy, which is called "deformation"  More than any FS  Another display is on an annual average, which warms the ocean temperature, which in turn warms the air over it and keeps it warmer for a long time in the autumn.

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