In Mecca the final days of the Hajj were noted unusual for these places phenomenon. City in the desert was hit by torrential rain. He called on the streets of a real flood. This, however, was due not only abundance of precipitation, but also the fact that in the Arabian cities customary systems of drainage. The rain was accompanied by strong gusts of wind. Some trees were uprooted, and the pilgrims under the streams of water began the final rite of the Hajj — the Kaaba in the Grand mosque. Many, by the way, came in handy umbrellas designed, however, to protect from the sun.