Do you thinks typhoons can form in latitudes away from the equator? why or why not?


Yes typhoons can form in latitudes away from equator
Yes but is strength will get lesser and lesser if away from the equator because typhoons need warm waters.
Tropical cyclones are difficult to form over a region within 5 degrees of latitude from the Equator because the Coriolis force there is too small to generate a vortex.  That said, the formation of tropical cyclone  still hinges on other environmental factors.  Under other very favourable conditions, tropical cyclones may still form in the vicinity of the Equator.  Tropical Cyclone "Vamei" in December 2001[1]was the first tropical cyclone on record formed within 1.5 degrees latitude of the Equator.
They can, why? Since the Coriolis force is zero at the Earth's equator, typhoons canonly form at latitudes that are more than about 10 degrees north or south of the Earth's equator. Due to the Coriolis force, the winds in a typhoon spiral in the counter-clockwise direction in the northern hemisphere when observed from above.

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