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Rotation of cyclonic-based storms

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Question Rotation of cyclonic-based storms



Why does the Coriolis effect seem to effect cyclonic-based storms differently than wind? Wind rotates to the right in the northern hemisphere. However cyclonic-based storms rotate to the left (counterclockwise) in the northern hemisphere. Why the difference?
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