Sandstorm effects

#1

So this happened last night

I managed to capture the after effects just now :smile:

Pretty sure you shouldn’t be that color…

I can see my own footprints! I don’t need to go to the beach!

You’re supposed to be green mister plant :cry:

“You need better camouflage!” - Val

Any odd weather happen to anyone else recently? :smile:

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#2

Ah, sandstorms.

I’ve never seen one. :smile:

How hot is it for you in Bahrain, may I ask? Indian temperatures were always upwards of 40 degrees Celcius as I recall. Australian ones are better, but still hot.

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#3

Weird weather?

Yesterday’s wind basically tore off a roof of a nearby house. And then it was snowing in the evening. Before it changed into rain and back within a timeframe of fifteen minutes.

April Fool’s Day weather, what can I say.

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#4

Well it’s still considered ‘winter’ now, so a little above 30 degrees. On normal days it hits 40 degrees and my god, you do not want to be here when it’s June or July :scream: It reaches 50 degrees

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#5

50 degrees Celcius?!

I thought I was used to heat…

You must have to stay indoors a lot in Summer then.

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#6

Sounds like fun, I’ve only seen snow once because I went to England. All I see here is sand :joy:

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#7

Yeah, we crank up the AC like there’s no tomorrow. Though I do go out sometimes because it’s summer and my friends want us to go out, I have horrible friends :unamused:

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#8

Haha, I feel that. I grew up with random kids forcing me to play cricket with them in scorching heat. India. :slight_smile:

…I never even knew those people.

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#9

Guessing the owner of that house wasn’t as entertained. :laughing:

Also, you should’ve of seen snow here when winter decides it’s enough for skiing. The mountains sometimes just force me to stop and take a pic.

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#10

My favorite is when it’s windy and filled with the sand they’re all like. “…Today is a good day to sit outside in a cafe.” :unamused:

@LaggerCZE Now I wanna get out of this sand rock! :sob:

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#12

It’s a pretty normal thing unfortunately. :sweat_smile:

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#13

But… But… But you live in Australia! :open_mouth:

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#14

They don’t have sandstorms but they do have a crocodile storm where crocodiles fall into their houses and break their windows instead. Close enough.

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#15

Enough internet for today…

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#16

Right. It was just me thinking back about something I saw in television the other day.

A red dust thing they got from the good people of Egypt. But no sandstorm. xD Righty.

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#17

I’m assuming you haven’t heard of the raining Koalas

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#18

Wow. The skies look like it’s covered in blood dust!

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#19

Man that was a weird morning to wake up to

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#20

Going off topic but…a sand storm would make an awesome map effect if we ever get a desert map!

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