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On this day in 2015 | A historical sandstorm hit the Levant ... witness

طقس العرب GO 2020-09-07 10:26 AM

Arab Weather - The Levant and a number of countries in the Middle East struck at this time in 2015, a dense wave of dust was caused by a severe sandstorm that formed over northeastern Syria, which gained more dust during its movement due to its passage over dry and sandy lands.

The horizontal visibility after this storm decreased at that time, to less than 300 meters in most regions of the Levant, and it is noteworthy that the storm began on September 6 and continued until September 13, 2015.

This storm has led to the injury of many citizens in the Levant, in a state of suffocation, exposing dozens of people to health crises in the respiratory system, closing schools and impeding traffic.

Articles written by the Arab Weather team documenting the historical sandstorm over the Levant 2015

Watch how the sand storm formed and moved in the Levant 7 and 8 / September / 2015

The current dust wave is the strongest over the past decades

Because of the wave of dust .. 3 women died in Lebanon and 750 suffocated cases

An image from space: The sandstorm has an area of nearly 400,000 square kilometers

Video: The most prominent stations and stages of the sandstorm in the Levant

Hama, "the red city" for today!

Pictures: A dense wave of dust hit Qurayyat on Monday afternoon

In pictures: A strong sandstorm sweeps large parts of Syria

Video: Jeddah's day turned into night in a few minutes

This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.

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