A typhoon is a tropical storm occurring in the Northwest Pacific Ocean and having sustained winds in excess of 73 miles per hour. In other parts of the world, these types of storms can be called hurricanes or cyclones. More »

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A typhoon is the same thing as a hurricane or cyclone. They are called different names depending on where they occur. Typhoons are the name used for tropical cyclones in the Northwest Pacific, specifically to the west of... More »

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A typhoon is a tropical storm that forms over warm ocean water and rotates around a central eye. A typhoon is another name for a hurricane. More »

A typhoon is a tropical cyclone that occurs in the Northwest Pacific Ocean, explains the National Ocean Service. Typhoons, cyclones and hurricanes are all the same type of weather disturbance, but different names are use... More »

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The winds produced in a tornado can be less than 100 miles per hour, or they can exceed 300 miles per hour. The Enhanced Fujita Scale ranges from EF 0 to EF 5, and this scale is used to estimate the wind damage produced ... More »

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According to Accuweather, for a snowstorm to be classified a blizzard, it needs winds of at least 35 miles per hour, and blowing or falling snow must reduce visibility to less than a quarter of a mile. If the storm susta... More »

Tornadoes are known to have circulating winds that reach between 200 and 500 miles per hour. Tornadoes typically advance across ground in a northeast direction, and at a speed no more than 30 miles per hour. More »