How to Enjoy the Tradewinds, the Hurricanes, the Cyclones and the Hurricane Season
The Tradewinds or the wind systems are the seasonal easterlies or winds, which flow from the Earth's tropical zone to the poles. These winds are often triggered by volcanic activity, earthquakes or by changes in the atmospheric currents around it. Such winds can create a violent weather pattern and are known as typhoons in the Northern Hemisphere. typhoons are characterized by strong winds, thick clouds, rain and waves.
Tradewinds can also be called hurricanes in that they can generate extreme wind speeds with the most destructive winds in the Caribbean area. Most of these intense winds occur along the Eastern seaboard, where the farthest edges of landmasses are usually covered with clouds. Such a climate can enhance the development of tropical cyclones. Most tropical storm cells have center locations which are either along or near coastal areas. And some of the strongest storms may reach a width of about three thousand kilometers or more.
In case of severe weather, the Eastern Seaboard is the perfect place for travelers looking for an alternative to the white sands of Florida, the Eastern seaboard resorts can provide safe shelter for travelers in storm situations. Along with the calm conditions come other facilities such as restaurants, spas, hotels, golf courses, bars, swimming pools and rest houses. The top most allure of a tradewinds vacation can be the calm waters and white sands of the Caribbean. A vacation in these Caribbean islands is sure to provide memories that last a lifetime.