At least nine people have died after tropical cyclone Shaheen battered parts of Iran and Oman.
The storm arrived in the area yesterday, with winds between 120 and 150 km/h (75-93 mph) as its eye crossed land.
Thousands have been evacuated from coastal areas in Oman.
Streets in the capital, Muscat, have been submerged.
A local meteorology service said Shaheen was later downgraded to a tropical storm after it hit land.
In Iran, authorities said six people were killed in a port in the south-eastern province of Sistan-Baluchestan.
The country’s official media said infrastructure including electrical facilities and roads were damaged.
Even before the cyclone made landfall in Oman, three people, including a child, had already died due to flooding.