Weather is going crazy. Epic hailstorms cover the desert in Saudi Arabia in white, some insane ice rocks falling from the sky killed livestock in South Afica and crops were devastated by 3cm hailstones in Australia’s Wheatbelt.
As if the desert was only dusty and dry! Heavy rain and hail hit Saudi Arabia’s northern province of al-Jawf on December 4. Teaching was suspended in some schools due to the extreme weather in the city of Sakakah.
Crazy hailstorm plus flash flooding in northwestern saudi city of Sakakah pic.twitter.com/SDxFmuulZF
— Khalid khi (@khalid_pk) December 5, 2018
Meanwhile, a massive storm swept through and devastated Mhlambanyatsi, Lundzi, Siphocosini, and some parts of Mbabane in South AFrica on Tuesday, December 4, 2018, leaving at least 18 cows dead.
Hail and severe weather also impacted crops the central Wheatbelt, Australia on Monday afternoon, with some farmers reporting huge losses. The wild weather event dumped more than 40mm of rain, while crops were pelted with 3cm hailstones and lightning strikes caused spot fires.
Climate chaos in action!