Stormy Weather

Hurricanes, Monsoons, and Tropical Storms

What is a tropical depression?

A tropical depression consists of a line of organized storms with wind speeds below 38 miles (61 kilometers) per hour. Tropical depressions have the potential to become tropical storms or hurricanes.


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