This week’s weather in photos

A full moon, a touch of clouds and the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral all make for a picture perfect shot, Galicia, Spain. LAVENDEIRA JR/EPA
  • 30 OCT 2018

In last week’s weather we watched powerful Hurricane Willa make landfall in western Mexico.

While across the Mediterranean and the areas of the Levant region, storms caused widespread flash flooding.

Severe weather was brewing for Sydney, Australia, but this shelf cloud made it all the more ominous. [Brendon Thorne/EPA]

Severe weather was brewing for Sydney, Australia, but this shelf cloud made it all the more ominous. BRENDON THORNE/EPA
The Hungarian countryside was glowing with the colours of autumn near Balatonmagyarod. [Gyorgy Varga/EPA]

The Hungarian countryside was glowing with the colours of autumn near Balatonmagyarod. GYORGY VARGA/EPA
Severe storms along with heavy rain brought traffic to a standstill in Damascus, Syria. [Youssef Badawi/EPA]

Severe storms along with heavy rain brought traffic to a standstill in Damascus, Syria. YOUSSEF BADAWI/EPA
Torrential rain and flooding was enough to pile car upon car in Malaga, Spain. [Daniel Perez/EPA]

Torrential rain and flooding was enough to pile car upon car in Malaga, Spain. DANIEL PEREZ/EPA
President Macron surveys the flood damage caused by heavy rain in Villalier, France. [Guillaume Horcajuelo/EPA]

President Macron surveys the flood damage caused by heavy rain in Villalier, France. GUILLAUME HORCAJUELO/EPA
Autumn temperatures and less sun also means sunflowers are withering on the vine in Hanover, Germany. [Focke Strangmann/EPA]

Autumn temperatures and less sun also means sunflowers are withering on the vine in Hanover, Germany. FOCKE STRANGMANN/EPA
Powerful Hurricane Willa brought strong storm surge to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. [Francisco Perez/EPA]

Powerful Hurricane Willa brought strong storm surge to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. FRANCISCO PEREZ/EPA
Hurricane Willa flooded this town in Nayarit state, Mexico. The remnants of the storm then moved into the southeastern US and became a nor'easter. [Aaron Garcia/EPA]

Hurricane Willa flooded this town in Nayarit state, Mexico. The remnants of the storm then moved into the southeastern US and became a nor’easter. AARON GARCIA/EPA
A stormy day in Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain, where over 1,300 lightning strikes were recorded. [Javier Fuentes/EPA]

A stormy day in Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain, where over 1,300 lightning strikes were recorded. JAVIER FUENTES/EPA
Many countries were affected by a line of storms that moved throughout. Here in Beirut, Lebanon, it was winds that brought down trees and power lines. [Wael Hamzeh/EPA]

Many countries were affected by a line of storms that moved throughout. Here in Beirut, Lebanon, it was winds that brought down trees and power lines. WAEL HAMZEH/EPA
A perfect sunset in Belgrade, Serbia. [Koca Sulejmonovic/EPA]

A perfect sunset in Belgrade, Serbia. KOCA SULEJMONOVIC/EPA
Stranded boats along the dried-out shores of the Brenet Lake along the border of France and Switzerland. [Anthony Anex/EPA]

Stranded boats along the dried-out shores of the Brenet Lake along the border of France and Switzerland. ANTHONY ANEX/EPA
Storms in the Mediterranean Sea not only brought flooding rains, but in higher elevations there was heavy snow as seen here in the Bernese Oberland of Switzerland. [Anthony Anex/EPA]

Storms in the Mediterranean Sea not only brought flooding rains, but in higher elevations there was heavy snow as seen here in the Bernese Oberland of Switzerland. ANTHONY ANEX/EPA
Source:https://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/inpictures/week-weather-photos-181029072935023.html
 

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