Beijing Sandstorm: China Beijing city suddenly turned pale, 341 people from Mongolia disappeared, know the reason

Beijing Sandstorm: China Beijing city suddenly turned pale, 341 people from Mongolia disappeared, know the reason


Beijing Sandstorm: China's capital Beijing was very scary on Monday morning, when the whole city turned yellow and there was a thick brown dust storm resulting in strong winds in Inner Mongolia and other parts of northwest China. According to the information, today the worst sandstorm of the year has been seen in Beijing. China's Meteorological Agency has called it the largest sandstorm in a decade. Due to this storm, the situation here is looking quite frightening.

The China Meteorological Administration announced a yellow alert on Monday morning saying that sandstorms have spread from Inner Mongolia to the provinces of Gansu, Shanxi and Hebei, which have surrounded Beijing. According to China's news agency Xinhua, neighboring Mongolia was also hit by heavy sand, leaving at least 341 people missing. Flights have been flown from Hohhot, the capital of Inner Mongolia.

It is being told that due to strong winds, this storm arose from the Gobi desert and filled most parts of China with dust. 400 flights have been canceled in Beijing. Earlier on Sunday, there was a severe thunderstorm in China's neighboring country Mongolia.

Let us tell you that Gobi desert is quite vast and barren that has spread from northwestern China to southern Mongolia. China's Meteorological Department has issued a Yellow Alert and has reported that these dust storms spread from Inner Mongolia to Gansu, Shanxi and Hebei of China which is located around Beijing..Index reached maximum level i.e. 500 on Monday morning. has gone. The level of PM 10 has increased in many districts in a very dangerous way.