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Why does a hurricane weaken when it moves toward land? a. there is no low-pressure area on land. b. it’s not fed with moisture on land. c. there is no high-pressure area on land. d. gravity pulls it back.

Dana Keller

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Annie Barnes on June 26, 2018

The correct answer of the previous question would be the second option, option B. A hurricane weakens when it moves towards the earth because it is nourished with moisture in the soil. It gets its moisture from the waters of the ocean, and once it hits the ground, you lose that strength. I hope this answer helps.

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