Translation of tropical storm in Spanish:

tropical storm

tormenta tropical, n.

noun

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    tormenta tropical feminine
    • In the Atlantic and Eastern Pacific oceans, hurricanes and tropical storms form and strike during a specific time of year, not year-round.
    • Severe tropical cyclones correspond to the hurricanes or typhoons of other parts of the world.
    • In many places, including the southern USA, hurricanes or tropical storms sometimes end droughts.
    • There was a great deal of press about these storms, as 3 major hurricanes and 5 tropical storms made landfall in the US.
    • These winds along with upper atmospheric winds blowing in the same direction steer tropical cyclones, including Atlantic hurricanes, toward the west when they are in the tropics.
    • Wetlands help protect coastal areas from storm surges and flooding brought by tropical storms and hurricanes.
    • The report did, however, explicitly mention that there was no evidence that global warming would increase the frequency of hurricanes and tropical storms.
    • There has been an observed and recorded link between the sea surface temperature and the frequency and intensity of tropical storms, typhoons and hurricanes.
    • In northern Australia, most of the big floods occur in summer or early autumn in association with tropical cyclones or intense monsoonal depressions.
    • List of names of tropical storms and hurricanes are recycled, with each list of names being used again after six years.
    • Our climate models also suggest that tropical cyclones might become a little stronger, more heatwaves, fewer frosts, and possibly more of these coastal storm surges that tend to occur with low pressure systems like tropical cyclones.
    • Although the weather system was downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm as it passed over land it brought more than a foot of rain to some areas.
    • Sometimes decaying tropical cyclones or the monsoon trough move well south into the central regions, bringing widespread rain and thunderstorms.
    • Hurricanes and tropical storms may increase in intensity, causing more damage to property and people.
    • But, hurricanes, or even tropical storms, churn up the ocean and their waves travel a long way before dying out.
    • All sorts of weather systems can have an impact, dependent on the location, such as mid-latitude cyclones, subtropical anticyclones, monsoon systems, and tropical cyclones.
    • The powerful winds that accompany tropical cyclones and east coast lows can and do generate huge waves.
    • It is the super-cells within the tropical cyclones, such as hurricanes or typhoons that produce very heavy downpours as these storms start to move inland.
    • During the late monsoon season, tropical cyclones sweep in from the Bay of Bengal, often with disastrous consequences.
    • Slow-moving hurricanes and tropical storms can dump tremendous amounts of rain over several days, unleashing deadly floods.