Giant tropical Atlantic Ocean

Massive storm drifting westward over the Atlantic Ocean and the Cape Verde Islands, located 570 kilometers from the coast of West Africa. GOES, WE geostationary meteorological satellite, the captured image below dust Friday.The image is fine particles of sand, as hazy yellow color (enhanced), which is reproduced below, white clouds. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA): "dust storms, such as this one, quite often, a play list in depressing the formation of tropical waves in the Intertropical Convergence Zone. NOAA Atlantic hurricane season outlook last month called for a" normal "level of dust blow off the African coast. " In other African countries Friday dust moved from the northern coast of Somalia in the Gulf of Aden in Yemen. It's a Friday afternoon Modis also shows continuing Nabro Volcano eruption in Eritrea. In stratovolcano erupted for the first time in its history Sunday, 12 June 211. Flashes and SO2 emissions from the volcano can be seen moving across the border in northern Ethiopia. —Irish Weather on-line
Twenty-four people died at night, when unusually heavy rains flooded a neighborhood in Nigeria's northern city of Kano, a large, local authorities, the chief said Thursday. Dozens of others were injured, 300 displaced and about 100 homes were destroyed in the densely populated Fagge neighborhood Canoe / sports on the water, the rain pounded and flooded the city, and the residents were asleep. "Now we have confirmed that 24 people were killed by floods that occurred Tuesday evening on Wednesday after heavy rain in the city",-Fagge local government administrator, Abdulmalik Ismail Rogo told AFP. Rogo said local elders told him "area have never seen such heavy rain in the last 30 years."" Some of the victims were buried alive when their (house) roofs collapsed on them, while others were washed away by the floods and deposited along the main sewer in the area, "he said. —Terra Daily

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