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A video grab shows an approaching storm in the northern areas of Saudi Arabia.
Northern Saudi Arabia is experiencing dust storm on Friday evening, it is expected that the storm would head towards the centre, east of the Kingdom and other Gulf States in the coming days.
Various Gulf States have been experiencing a different weather condition from what they are used to in the past few months.
According to expert the change in climate conditions is a result of global warming.
In the past two months the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has received snow, floods and storms.
These occurrences has prompted expert to divulge the details of climate change in the region.
The situation in Saudi Arabia is expected to reach Oman, UAE and other places soon.
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