If the western United States has been ravaged by fires for several days, the south of the country must face another climate problem. Winds exceeding 130 km / h have been recorded in some towns. These climatic upheavals are linked to the passage of Hurricane Sally. The latter was ultimately less dangerous than predicted. But even if he was demoted to Category 1, the damage remains significant.
Much of the south-east of the country has to cope with a weather that has become very problematic. In addition to the strong winds, several towns gradually found themselves inundated. In Florida, precipitation causes severe flooding and plunges many cars underwater. The streets look like real torrents. Since the beginning of September, no less than 5 storms have occurred over the Atlantic.
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