Doomsday sandstorm in Saudi Arabia turned the sky blood red after the biblical flood that turned the desert into rivers
On Saturday, July 17, a huge sandstorm covered the capital of Saudi Arabia Riyadh and painted the sky blood red … Immediately after heavy rainfall flooded the region …
The dust clouds were accompanied by strong winds, making it difficult to see and breathe and causing significant road havoc.
Sandstorms are not uncommon in the region, but the intensity and reduced visibility during this weather event has prompted the Saudi Civil Defense to urge people to stay at home, especially if they suffer from respiratory conditions.
Riyadh traffic police have urged residents to drive slowly and with low beam headlights to reduce the risk of accidents.
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