ArabiaWeather.com – The "Arab Weather" team recalls in such days the weather conditions of extreme turbulence that the Makkah region witnessed on the 12th of the month of Dhu al-Hijjah of the year 1425 AH, as the holy feelings region witnessed strong waves of heavy thunderstorms, to form torrential rains It threatened the lives of citizens and millions of pilgrims to the Sacred House of God.
According to the weather forecaster on duty, "Hassan Abdullah", the heavy rains and floods that the feelings witnessed on that day were due to the Makkah region being affected by the Mediterranean depression, which was accompanied by cold air fronts, with the presence of the Red Sea depression, which caused the formation of a state Violent atmospheric instability, as a result of which clouds and rain fell.
The heavy rains had fallen on the second day of al-Tashreeq, coinciding with the pilgrims heading to the Sacred House of God to throw the pebbles on the second day of al-Tashreeq, as the Jamarat throwing area turned into a corridor in which torrents flow.
Eyewitnesses reported that rain water rose in some areas to the level of car windows and uprooted tents in the Mina area, and many pilgrims found themselves stuck on the road between Mina and Makkah after they lost their way to their buses because of the fog.
The Grand Mosque in Mecca also witnessed heavy rains during the performance of the pilgrims of the Sacred House of God for the farewell circumambulation, and the following section shows a side of this heavy rain.
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