Over the last 25 years, talks of wild weather have been a focal point for most countries worldwide. Anything from landslides, typhoons, hurricanes, and hail stones the size of tennis balls have caused disasters and destruction to many small towns and villages.
With tens of thousands of lives lost through catastrophic weather, the video highlights just how destructive a natural disaster can be. Winds of 100 miles per hour blast people, places, and property throughout the streets of Asia, Africa and Europe.
Only during the first few months of 2019, there were already hundreds of reports documenting chaotic incontrollable weather throughout the world. More than ever, wildfires have been capturing the nation’s attention, as they destroy thousands upon thousands of acres of land in the Americas and Australia.
The weather seems to be the one thing the world cannot control. And with each and every year that goes by an increase in natural disasters are added to the statistics, leaving us to only imagine what future years have in store for us.
Only time will tell as to whether or not things will improve, at the moment with the weather being so unpredictable and sporadic. What was once a common destination for snow, like the North Pole, and drought, like the desert, has now been complete turned upside down. Seasons now seem to be out of sync; deserts are being covered with snow and polar bears are in danger since their living environments continually change.
At times when these catastrophes happen, communities should be coming together to assist one another in their time of need.