Via what physics-related/weather-related mechanism could a hurricane hover in one place relative to the ground indefinitely?
What side-effects ((besides the obvious damage to ground structures/life associated with a hurricane; I imagine the area under it would be scoured clean given enough time) would such a single-location hurricane have in terms of:
- meteorological effects
- thermal effects (there's a lot of energy involved here)
- effects on the hydrosphere (specifically the oceans, which will be absorbing a lot of energy)
Also, I'm thinking there would need to be a powerful heat source (like, extreme volcanic activity, or alien supertech weather-manipulation satellites) to keep the thing going; how much energy would be required for it to exist on a tens-of-millions-of-years timescale, and, if possible, what real-life things are capable of outputting that much energy over that long a period?
If you need a real-world location for reference, imagine that a 225-kilometer-wide Category 3 hurricane hovers over the Suez Canal, with its eye centered on its middle. If there's a ground-based heat source, place that there as well.
I'm asking whether the laws of physics permit something like this to exist under some circumstance - i.e. how could this thing happen at all. Via what mechanism, or release of energy, or "whatever" this is possible?. It's not a question of "how could humanity/alternate-humanity make this happen", but about physical principles and energy involved (if possible to estimate).