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Wind, Hurricanes, The tropics, Questions and Answers, Answers
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|Title: Answer 137|
Concept: The only difference is the ocean basin. In the Atlantic, a tropical storm with sustained winds of 75 mph or more is a hurricane, in the north Pacific is is a typhoon. Around Australia and the Indian Ocean, they call them cyclones.
Detail: 137A See also the companion Question Slide: type 137Q into the search space on the left side of the screen and press the "search" button.