Cyclone in the Arabian Peninsula

04/10/2021
Credit: EUMETSAT
Credit: EUMETSAT
Breaking news! Cyclone formed in the Arabian Peninsula. The cyclone is the first for the Arabian Peninsula and is already causing great damage. This cyclone is called Shaheen and formed over the Bay of Bengal. The cyclone did not go very far. In India, for example, which is relatively close, there were only worse rains.

The biggest and most felt effects are in the Arabian Peninsula, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, and countries near the Peninsula, also there, one of the European satellites of ESA, called Meteosat captured the cyclone from high altitude. At this moment, the winds in the area are between 120-200 km / h. Very big. There has never been a cyclone there, so people don't know how to prepare for that. 

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Breaking news! Cyclone formed in the Arabian Peninsula. The cyclone is the first for the Arabian Peninsula and is already causing great damage. This cyclone is called Shaheen and formed over the Bay of Bengal. The cyclone did not go very far. In India, for example, which is relatively close, there were only worse rains.

A big imbalance is the fact that the cyclone made 500 mm of rain in just a few hours when the average per year is between 90-120 mm. So in a few hours, it's almost 5 times bigger than in the whole year. Another premiere could be made now. According to sources in the Peninsula, only 4 large storms have reached Oman since measurements were made (1950), none in the Gulf of Oman. Here is the premiere, one of the storms can now reach the Gulf of Oman, which will not be too good. 

Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen

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