A super strong storm swept through the Midwest of the United States, severely damaged agriculture, millions of people without electricity

On August 12, according to foreign media reports, a super strong storm hit the Midwest of the United States on August 10, local time. The storm caused huge property losses in urban and rural areas, leaving more than 1 million people without electricity.

reports one disaster after another novel coronavirus pneumonia, which has been affected by extreme climate and the recent outbreak of the new crown pneumonia epidemic, has caused serious damage to some of the agricultural towns in the Midwest of the United States. < / P > < p > according to the report, the storm carried a strong wind with a speed of 160 km / h, sweeping parts of Iowa, eastern Nebraska, Wisconsin and Illinois, reaching the scale of “super convective storm” set by the National Meteorological Administration. < / P > < p > among them, Iowa is an important corn and pork production town in the United States. The storm swept dozens of counties in the state, overturning barns and destroying pastures. Agricultural experts say that with so many granaries damaged during the autumn harvest season, farmers may have to compete with each other for grain storage space. < / P > < p > meteorologists said, “the storm started to take off on the morning of the 10th, causing more damage than ordinary tornadoes.” After dusk, the storm began to move eastward toward Michigan and Indiana. According to media reports, at least one million people are currently without electricity.