On December 26, unusually heavy rainfall caused severe flash flooding in Northern Syria along the Turkish Border and in Northern Aleppo. Hundreds of tents were washed away in Atma, Dana, Sarmada and Qah in the northern countryside of Idlib. The area is largely desert and valleys with poor drainage. The tents are canvas and fixed to the bare ground with dirt roads connecting them. Over 250,000 refugees in these areas have been affected with many shelters, food and water stocks ruined by flooding. Temperatures can drop below zero degrees Celsius at night, which has already led to the death of a little girl. Myriam Al Hussain died due to severe cold on December 17. She lived in the Al-Naser Camp, near Qah town, Northern Idlib. Idlib is already struggling to accommodate millions of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) without sufficient resources.
Further down

Dr. Hussam Al Fakir (aptly named), Chairman of UOSSM ... Intl Climate change and global warming are now affecting an already devastated county and it is hanging on by a thread.