Desert Storm: Oman prepares for hurricane

Last week at the Oman Hurricane, in consequence of which killed 14 people, the water level was 2 meters. There are now preparing for another hurricane
fourth this year. Scientists have pointed to the haze, known as the "Asian brown cloud" that hangs over parts of the northern Indian Ocean, over India and Pakistan. In a few kilometers thick, brownish cloud consists of particles of carbon, soot, sulfates emitted by plants. The scientists looked at the chart of hurricanes in the Arabian Sea from 1979 to 2010, on average, they were two or three hurricanes in a year, and were generally weak. Source:ABC

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