El Nino phenomenon Heavy rains continue in the Horn of Africa and floods sweep Somalia

2023-11-22 2023-11-22T18:39:10Z
عامر المعايطة
عامر المعايطة
كاتب مُحتوى جوّي

Weather of Arabia - As the El Nino phenomenon continues to develop in the eastern Pacific Ocean, many areas, especially those located on the equator and close to the tropical latitudes, are still exposed to heavy rains, due to the continuing process of evaporation there due to the rise in temperature, which works to continue nourishing the layers of the atmosphere in large quantities. From humidity.

In the Horn of Africa, many regions are still witnessing heavy rains that cause floods in many areas. Somalia witnessed heavy rains several days ago, causing massive floods that claimed the lives of 50 people and forced about 700,000 people to flee their homes.

The latest forecasts of weather forecasting specialists at the Arab Weather Center indicate that rain will continue in Somalia and many areas in the Horn of Africa during the coming period, with increasing indications of the development of the El Nino phenomenon, which is statistically linked to a large rainfall greater than the usual levels in the rest of the seasons, especially in Tropical regions.

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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