After the UAE floods... deep holes and the flood of the Gulf. How true is this news?

2024-04-25 2024-04-25T10:40:33Z
ندى ماهر عبدربه
ندى ماهر عبدربه
صانع مُحتوى

Arabia Weather - Vice President of the Saudi Weather and Climate Society, Professor Dr. Abdullah Al-Misnad, commented on the widespread rumor about a German climate expert warning of water storms and torrential rains in the countries of the Middle East and the Gulf during the beginning of next May.

Al-Musnad confirmed that this news is incorrect , and that it aims to test the public’s response to fake news, pointing out the weak scientific and logical credibility of this rumor.

In recent days, a rumor has been circulating claiming that German climate expert Mack had warned of the occurrence of water storms and torrential rains in some Middle Eastern countries at the beginning of May, and according to circulating information, Mack posted a warning on his social media accounts at the beginning of April, But the accuracy of his predictions has not been verified.

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He said: What is interesting is that this warning was not noticed, as it was published 3 weeks before the last rainy weather event in the Gulf. The reason is that the article is in German, but it can be translated into all languages, and now there are his tweets again warning the countries of the Middle East, including the Gulf countries. The entire Arab region is affected by the deep crater depression, which is one of the rare weather depressions, which gives the maximum force in rainfall, as well as large ice cubes, thunderstorms, and severe lightning, which are accompanied by winds that are close to hurricanes, reaching speeds of up to 75 knots sometimes, and this is what now raises the concern of the countries that It does not have strong infrastructure to drain heavy rainwater, and he warns that the event may occur on May 1, and many countries in the Middle East will be exposed to deep crater depressions, including Turkey, Iran, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Oman, the Emirates, Bahrain, Qatar, and Kuwait, and this may be a blow. More violent than the previous strike; Due to the presence of intense humidity in the upper and lower layers of the atmosphere.

He continued: What is strange is that the size of this huge depression can invade more than 15 countries, and the last deep cratering depression reached Afghanistan and Pakistan today, and will continue its path tomorrow to western India. Stay tuned for the big event at the beginning of next May, as the atmospheric system has a great saturation of moisture, which It helps to create such situations and the strength of the next situation will be the same in the Arabian Gulf.

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Sources:

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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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