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2020-09-22T12:02:20Z

Sultanate of Oman | A year after the devastating hurricane Hika ... facts, figures and scenes documented by the cameras

هل تود حذف الإعلانات عن الموقع والتطبيق
الآن انضم الى الباقة المميزة واستمتع بمزايا عديدة

الباقة المميزة
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.

Arab weather - from a tropical storm to a second-class tropical cyclone within 24 hours only, this is how the tropical state developed in the Arabian Sea on September 24 of 2019, to move quickly towards the southern coasts of the Sultanate of Oman, accompanied by strong winds and loaded with large quantities of rain.

 

Facts and figures about Hurricane Hika

 

The formation of Cyclone Hika in the Arabian Sea is rare at this time of the year, and the highest wind speed reached 130 km / hour, while the highest wind gust reached 150 km / h, and the lowest value of the air pressure was 978 millibars.

 

 

The eye of the cyclone touched the coasts, which is of the first degree, but it quickly retreated in intensity to a tropical storm the moment it entered the land, the eye of the cyclone directly hit the suburbs of Duqm, and also affected Masirah, Mahout and Ras Madrakah, and carried with it large quantities of rain that reached 119 mm in the Wilayat of Duqm

 

 

The following are some scenes of what has been documented for a moment, the impact of Cyclone Hika on the Sultanate, and the high winds and high water levels that have been observed in some areas:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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.

هل تود حذف الإعلانات عن الموقع والتطبيق
الآن انضم الى الباقة المميزة واستمتع بمزايا عديدة

الباقة المميزة
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