I have wondered about this for a very long time. On a weather map, when the position of a hurrican/tropical storms positions are indicated, they use the cyclone symbols with the tails. Now what has bugged me is that the symbols, to me, are backwards. They use the cyclone symbol with the "eye" to indicate a tropical storm, and the cyclone symbol without the "eye" to indicate a hurricane.
It should be the other way around. A hurricane has the "eye" and a tropical storm does not. So the symbols should be reversed.
Anyone ever thought the same thing? And more impotantly, do you think I'm right?