Biggest Sahara Dust Storm hits the U.S.

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Sahara Dust Storm
Sahara Dust Storm

The Isla Verde Beach in Puerto Rico completely vanished in the sand storm from the Sahara Desert. The storm is break taking,

The air quality problems are caused by the dust storm. It is going to hit the Caribbean. The Dust Storm hit the US on Thursday.

The dense dust plums are big enough to be picked by satellite images. The dust

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The storm struck the Mississippi gulf coast. However, the dust storm churned thousand of miles from the African desert.

“This is the most significant event in the past 50 years,” said Pablo Méndez Lázaro, an environmental health specialist with the University of Puerto Rico, according to the outlet.

The storm is nicknamed “Gorilla Dust Cloud.” Stunning images showed the storm darkening the sky. Moreover, It was rolling northwest on Thursday morning. It headed towards Louisiana and part of Texas.

Sahara Dust Storm:

The Sahara desert storm is dangerous. The highly concentrated sand storm caused air quality to reach “hazardous levels.” The dust swept through the area on Wednesday.

Health officials released a warning statement about possible health problems in people with respiratory problems. Similarly, They told people to stay inside and warned severe problems for the people battling COVID-19.

The Sahara dust fertilizes the amazon forest. The dust brings essential nutrients to it. Above all, Sahara desert builds the Bahamas. The dust collected overtimes to form beaches and islands. The Sahara Dust storm damages the hurricanes and disturbs their formation cycle.

A dry spring and the start of the summer in Sahara desert is causing the hazier sky over Marion County.

Koch says “This one looks too like it may move a bit more into the Ohio Valley. I don’t think we will see many kinds of health concerns this far north,”.

The small particles form the sky color all over the world. These dust particles create a barrier for the sunlight to pass, and it gives the sky it’s hazier color. In conclusion, These sand storms add an extra layer and make it hard for the sunlight to pass.

Firstly, The NWS predicts a 30% chance of thunderstorms Friday night and moving into Saturday morning that possibility rises to 50%, and again to 70% Saturday night. Secondly, with a high of 85 degrees Thirdly, and a low of 69 degrees.

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