Massive Saharan Dust Plume Darkens Skies Over Caribbean Heads for USA

By Democracy Now

 

HAVANA TIMES – In the Caribbean, a massive dust plume from the Sahara Desert has darkened skies and forced residents with respiratory illness to shelter indoors.

Models show haze will soon settle over much of the United States, bringing hazardous air quality to states as far north as Michigan. Saharan dust storms are common, but meteorologists say this one is unprecedented in at least a half-century.


2 thoughts on “Massive Saharan Dust Plume Darkens Skies Over Caribbean Heads for USA

  • The Sahara dust storm is producing beautiful horizons and sunsets here is the USA.

  • Go over Nature’s Extremes published by Time, circa 2006.
    It won’t give you a nightmare but it will make you humble and wary.

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