Tropical storms usually move from east to west. Which statement supports this fact? A. Tropical storms follow the direction of surface water currents moving from east to west. B. Tropical storms are low-pressure systems that get pulled toward high-pressure systems in the west. C. Tropical storms form near the equator and follow the trade winds that blow from east to west. D. Tropical storms require warm and humid waters that are more abundant in western regions.

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