Arab weather - every year that monsoon rains begin, torrential rains and floods occur in Sudan and lead to heavy losses of life and property. The rainy season in Sudan usually begins in June and continues until September, and the peak of seasonal rains and floods is between August and September September usually.
According to Sky News Arabia, the Sudanese authorities announced, on Sunday, that the death toll from the devastating floods that hit the country has risen to 100, at a time when the authorities warn of the expansion of the affected areas, and the National Council for Civil Defense in Sudan said in a statement that the death toll from the floods rose to 99 and about 94 injuries, and a previous toll published a few days ago spoke of the death of 83 Sudanese as a result of the floods.
The new toll outnumbers the number of victims who died in the floods that hit the country last year.
In addition to the human losses, Khartoum said that the floods caused great material damage, as they completely destroyed more than 18,000 homes across the country, while at least 25,000 homes were partially damaged.
According to United Nations statistics, more than 146,000 people were affected by the floods.
The main reason for the occurrence of floods is as a result of rainfall due to the blowing of wet monsoon winds (and the extension of the tropical separator to the north) coinciding with high temperatures and the presence of the Sudan seasonal depression. Huge rain