Hurricane Secrets May Be Revealed by African Thunderstorms

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: August 3, 2006   View Article

African thunderstorms may hold the key to figuring out why hurricanes form, scientists say.

Seven to ten times a month, a cluster of storms rolls off Africa’s west coast and wends its way over the Atlantic Ocean toward the United States.

Scientists are watching these clusters very closely.

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