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Rare tornadoes appear in Saudi Arabia’s desert. The monomer structure is intact.

Rare tornadoes appear in Saudi Arabia's desert. The monomer structure is intact.

December 5th local time, a rare tornado appeared in the desert of Saudi Arabia. Dr. Abdullah Al Misnad, chairman of the local committee on unique climatic conditions, said that it was a very strong tornado and was considered to be the most violent weather phenomenon with complete monomer structure. Dr. Abdullah introduced that it is very small in size and does not exceed 1.5 kilometers in diameter.

Tornadoes generally move horizontally at a speed of 37-75km/h, but rotate around themselves at a speed of more than 200km/h. Cars and camels are likely swept in the tornado in Saudi Arabia.

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