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Hurricane: An Atlantic Cyclone with winds of 72 miles per hour or greater. Tropical Storms are hurricanes in which the winds are less than 72 miles per hour.  
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Monsoon: A storm that happens in Southern Asia with massive rains and flooding.  
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Cyclone: A Hurricane that forms in the Pacific Ocean.  
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Ice Storms: A cold to freezing system in which temperatures drop and ice and snow form.  
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Snow Storm: High level of wind, snow and ice that results in blizzards and dangerous accumulation of the snow, with high levels of frost bit, hypothermia.  
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Flood: High levels of rainfall that result in a dangerous accumulation of water in streams, rivers, lakes, oceans and seas.  
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Lightening Storms: Usually associated with thunderstorms, they are caused by upper atmosphere disturbances and can result in fires, home and business damage.  
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Sand Storms: Usually are located in arid and semiarid regions, high winds pickup massive amount of sand and deposits it in another area.  
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Thunderstorms: A storm of lightening, rain and heavy winds.  
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Derechos: A violent string of thunderstorms with high winds rain and floods.  
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Storm Damages Storms yearly cause billions of dollars in damage world wide  
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Comparison How are storms alike and how are they different.  
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