Impressive flash floods engulf Taif – Huge dust storm changes day into night in Hail, Saudi Arabia

Weather in Saudi Arabia is going crazy again.

While an impressive flash floods engulf Taif, a huge dust storm changing day into night swallowed up Hail, Saudi Arabia on May 17, 2017.

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At almost the exat same time, about 900 km away in Hail, Saudi Arabia, a giant dust storm engulfed the region changing day into night. Impressive images below:

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A giant dust storm engulfs Hail Saudi Arabia on May 17 2017, A giant dust storm engulfs Hail Saudi Arabia video, A giant dust storm engulfs Hail Saudi Arabia picture
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A giant dust storm engulfs Hail Saudi Arabia on May 17 2017, A giant dust storm engulfs Hail Saudi Arabia video, A giant dust storm engulfs Hail Saudi Arabia picture
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  1. Bunk…. When it rains in Saudi, it flash floods because the soil does not absorb water. And when there is a heavy rainstorm, there is usually a wind that precedes the storm, caused by the extreme difference in temperatures between the area under the clouds and rain and the dry, hot air around the storm. None of this is unusual, and none of it has anything at all to do with weather wars.

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