In general, a hurricane originates in the tropics and from there it begins to expand its diameter and speed. These cyclones begin when a series of electrical storms travel over warm waters. The hot air combines with the heat of the ocean’s surface and begins to rise. Which produces a low pressure on the marine surface.
The winds that circulate in opposite directions make the storm begin to turn. The rise of warm air affects the high pressure in the high areas of the atmosphere, causing the pressure to decrease. The air rises faster and faster, attracts more warm air from the surface of the sea and absorbs more cold and dry air from above, pushing it down. In its desplacement over the water it is nourished by a greater amount of humidity and heat, increasing its speed.
Over time the tropical depression turns into a tropical storm and finally a hurricane, whose visible signal is the eye, a center of calm winds, surrounded by a wall of intense winds and storms that produce large bands of precipitation.