A cross section through a typical hurricane, showing its circulation pattern. Note the rising air and outflow at the top of the storm, pruducing a chimneylike effect that continues to draw in more moisture-laden air. (Courtesy Dave. A. Ross, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
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