Geography, asked by devamadavi1975, 8 days ago

Air pressure at the centre of cyclone is​


Answered by vanshikasharma15


around 960 millibars

EB Insights: Hurricanes

Typically, atmospheric pressure at the surface of Earth is about 1,000 millibars. At the centre of a tropical cyclone, however, it is typically around 960 millibars, and in a very intense “super typhoon” of the western Pacific it may be as low as 880 millibars.

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Answered by bhavyabose


hlo mate your answer is


There is high pressure around and very low pressure in the center of a tropical cyclone. It is because warm air tends to rise and cause a drop in pressure.

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