On Sunday, a tropical storm dubbed "Cyclone Luban" hit the borders of Oman, affecting areas in the Gulf country as well as in Yemen.
The storm's center is located 240 kilometers from the Omani city of Salalah. The massive storm caused flash floods in the Yemeni cities of Mukallah and Al Ghaydah, which ultimately led to power outages. Bridges and roads in the country were also destroyed in the floods.
According to the United Nations, over 33 people have been injured and more than 2,000 families have been affected as Cyclone Luban took over.
In one video that's been shared on Twitter, a camel can be seen swimming in the waters in an attempt to escape the flood.
The video was shot in Al Mahrah governorate, east of Yemen.
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In May, Cyclone Mekunu took over the Yemeni island of Socotra and southern Oman, leaving at least 11 people dead and 40 others missing.
The Middle East is extremely vulnerable to climate change.
According to a 2016 NASA-led study, hot weather extremes brought on by global climate change puts the Middle East and North Africa in danger of becoming uninhabitable by the end of the current century.