Homes broken as sandstorms strike in Brazil


A sandstorm that lasted 20 minutes has triggered important injuries to homes within the city of Catanduva in São Paulo, Brazil.

Sandstorms additionally blanketed different cities and cities within the state inflicting the sky to show totally different shades of orange and brown. The skylines throughout the state modified color as sturdy winds mixed with a drought that has hit the nation.

Not all droughts are because of local weather change, however extra warmth within the environment is drawing extra moisture out of the earth and making droughts worse.

The world has already warmed by about 1.2C since because the industrial period started and temperatures will maintain rising except governments around the globe make steep cuts to emissions.

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