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I hate this weather
Amman Today
[tags] amman, yellow, dust, storm [/tags]

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  1. :( 7asseh 7ali bil so3odeyeh! eish had! i hope it cleans up by the end of the week!

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  2. Nice, now when you sneeze, you produce shmemto(Cement)

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  3. Roba,
    does it feel like Saudi Arabia? well that's good, we good take Kaba from them and make pilgrimage to Amman instead of Mecca :D:D:D

    Mohanned,
    LoL

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  4. It felt like it's snowing.....

    Snowing Sand!

    Yeah twas weird.

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  5. WOW!!!
    I just talked to my folks this morning, and they told me about the "9ooz" Tooz as they call it in the gulf. Dusty

    I didn't expect it to be this intense... thanks for the picture Jad

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  6. Firas,
    Yes, walahi it was snowing sand, sa7 elsanak

    Qwaider,
    The word is 6oz not 9oz and what we had in Amman was NOT 6oz but the result of Desert 6oz, and yes we do have that word.

    Wael,
    Nafsi nafsi

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  7. What's the difference between what you had and ????

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  8. Qwaider,
    The same differences between the storm itself and the storm effect to surrounding areas.

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