The strongest storm ever in Eastern Africa, cyclone Gati hit Somalia from Sunday to Tuesday, 22.-24. November 2020 and caused 8 dead and next 30 missing.
Gati has brought landfall in Somalia such as powerful Category 3 cyclone with sustained 1-minnute winds 185 km/h / 115 mph and pressure in the middle of the system 978 hPa.
Before landfall, Gati reached an equivalent of Category 4 hurricane above waters of Indian Ocean.
Somalia never has been hit by hurricane-like tropical storm, but tropical storms have appeared already in the past.
Gati brought floods in Socotra Island, Yemen, too.
24-hour rainfall totals reached 128 mm (5.0 inches) in Bosaso and 103 mm (4.1 inches) in the Balidhidhin District.
In some regions have fallen more than 2-year precipitation rainfall for 48 hours.
Gati explosively intensified before making landfall in Somalia and its remnants hit Djibouti, Eritrea and Ethiopia on Tuesday, 24. November, yet.
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Unseasonably and not regionally powerful storm has brought severe floods in many parts of Somalia - Mkweather is birnging a few videos from the rare event in Eastern Africa.