Weather Story Program - Episode Six - The Second Jeddah Disaster

2022-04-03 2022-04-03T10:50:16Z
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Arab Weather - A weather story program, a story program that tells the events and weather conditions that affected the countries of the Arab world during the previous years.

This episode of the Weather Story program revolves around the events of the second Jeddah disaster.

 

 

The second Jeddah disaster:

Two years after the Jeddah floods that occurred in 2009, the city of Jeddah was again hit by a wave of strong floods in 2011 under the so-called second Jeddah disaster.

 

Black Wednesday:

On Wednesday 26/1/2011, the city of Jeddah was once again exposed to the fracture, a strong state of atmospheric instability affecting the city of Jeddah, large amounts of precipitation within a short period of time, and this day was called Black Wednesday .

 

See also:

Weather Story Program - Episode V - Jeddah's first disaster

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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