Just a while back, we experienced an event involving "Saharan Dust". Basically, as the name suggests, dust from the Sahara was swept by the wind into the atmosphere. This dust was carried across the Atlantic Ocean to America.

When it got here, it made everything look rather hazy, even in the middle of the day. We even saw it right here. I wasn't able to find any pictures or anything to show you what it was like, but trust me, it was kind of strange to see it in the middle of the day like that.

Now, it looks like we're getting ready for round two...

Check out the video from the NOAA Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research Facebook page:

As another cloud of Saharan dust swirls across the Atlantic Ocean towards the southern U.S., one of NOAA’s newest models...

Posted by NOAA Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research on Thursday, July 23, 2020

As you can see, it looks like we'll probably see the effects of it here. We'll continue to keep an eye on it and see if it really makes it's way all the here or not. Who knows? Maybe it'll break up and we won't even see it. That could happen, right...? But hey, that sounds like a topic for weather and climate people... which I am not...

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