A new tropical cyclone is heading for Yemen three days after a storm dumped several years’ worth of rain on the port city of Mukalla, the U.N. World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said on Friday.
“As far as WMO is aware, it is unprecedented to have back-to-back cyclones in this part of the Arabian Gulf in the space of a week,” the Geneva-based U.N. weather agency said in a statement.
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