The dust from the Sahara

TexasRaceLady

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has really moved in. You can't really tell until you look off into the distance at the hills. Looks like a heavy fog.
That, and the fact that my car is covered.
I think that if I spent a lot of time outside, I'd have to wear a mask.
 

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That must have been one heck of a windstorm over there. When the weather guy said something about it and that it was coming I thought what will they come up with next. Welp it was hazy just like he said.
 

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That must have been one heck of a windstorm over there. When the weather guy said something about it and that it was coming I thought what will they come up with next. Welp it was hazy just like he said.
The one good thing ---- the heavy dust will keep storm development down in the Atlantic.
Today was only in the mid 80s because of the cover, rather than the upper 90s.
 

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I haven’t see’d any of the dust yet. Dang near 90 degrees right now at 6:30 but supposed to cool dawn for the weekend.
 

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Amazing that dust can travel that far - I did see a Discovery channel show once though where they said that during the "Dust Bowl" some of the dust from Oklahoma ended up on the president's desk in D.C.
 

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This seems like something that would be newsworthy as its heading our way. I heard nothing about it till someone at work mentioned it today
 
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