Severe weather has been affecting Iran, Iraq and Saudi Arabia over the last couple of days. Heavy rains accompanied with thunderstorms and strong winds have brought floods and caused substantial amounts of damage across the affected areas. 19 people were reported dead so far, media reported on October 30, 2015.
Extreme weather conditions wreaked havoc across northern Saudi Arabia, western and northern Iran and several areas of Iraq, as of October 28. The conditions are a consequence of a seasonal low pressure area situated over the northern part of the Persian Gulf, according to the climate scientist Dr. Abd al-Aziz al-Rubaie.
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