Why hurricane season is in September???

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Ever thought about it ??

Well it’s September !!
June has the most heat of any month and July and august have the highest temperatures
This causes a massive build up of heat in the ocean
Oceans have huge affects on weather
The oceans want to release that massive stored heat into the atmosphere
This creates a large low pressure zone !!
This Low Zone is a huge magnetic as high pressure zones push all the far clouds into this zone . Clouds contain water and other things that ignite storms .
With high moistures , warm water and massive kinetic energy you get a huge storm along with the gentle winds in that area
Funny that tornadoes are low pressure zones.
The clouds all cumulate in a massive counter clock wise direction
Clouds are very turbulent and the ocean sends out its excessive heat
Please add on as I am just a layman
 

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It's still hot as fuck in Sept on the gulf coast. The Gulf is almost too hot to swim in. Not even a hint that summer is over yet.
 
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The equatorial regions are at their hottest in September at the autumnal equinox.
It’s July and August and by September they must expel that heat
 
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The counter clock wise direction is interesting in the N Hemisphere
Clouds lower than the LP system accelerate much faster than the storm because of the excessive speed of the Earths rotating faster at the equator
 
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Clouds above the LP move much slower and fall above it
 
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The huge excessive warm water begins to rise and rise and eventually it condenses into storm clouds as it cools by attitudes
 

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Ever thought about it ??

Well it’s September !!
June has the most heat of any month and July and august have the highest temperatures
This causes a massive build up of heat in the ocean
Oceans have huge affects on weather
The oceans want to release that massive stored heat into the atmosphere
This creates a large low pressure zone !!
This Low Zone is a huge magnetic as high pressure zones push all the far clouds into this zone . Clouds contain water and other things that ignite storms .
With high moistures , warm water and massive kinetic energy you get a huge storm along with the gentle winds in that area
Funny that tornadoes are low pressure zones.
The clouds all cumulate in a massive counter clock wise direction
Clouds are very turbulent and the ocean sends out its excessive heat
Please add on as I am just a layman
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These LP systems suck in clouds from huge distances and then you get a storm
 
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The heat energy of the ocean is insane
 

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