Each year several tropical storms hit Florida, USA, causing damage and sometimes even deaths and injuries.
A tropical storm forms when sea water temperature is 26 degrees or
The intensity of a topical storm is measured by winds velocity. There are 5 categories 1-5 from low to high speed this is the Saffire Simpson hurricane scale those numbers will appear on the storm in the video.
A tropical storm becomes a hurricane when the central turbulence becomes an eye, and sustained winds reach at least 120 Km/h.
In the following videos below, the course of hurricane Katrina(2005) is illustrated.
The second video demonstrate low pressure maintained by the hot air and vapor elevation and its contribution to storm intense..
An accompanying table containing characteristic information for 9 tropical storms that hit Florida in the past, follows.
The above animation is aderivation from a simulation produced by the Climate Change Narrative Game Education (CHANGE) project with funding from the USF National Science Foundation, grant # DRL-1316782.