A mass of very dry, dusty air is moving across the Atlantic right now.— NOAA Research (@NOAAResearch) June 24, 2020
This NOAA animation predicts the movement of the #SaharanDust plume from now through Sunday evening (June 29).
Learn more about the #SaharanAirLayer: https://t.co/OJLrnuKiLI pic.twitter.com/yvPjiE5o91
The much talked about #SaharaDust is across the #Caribbean and #GulfofMexico. It is moving towards the Southern #USA. The dust plume will move up towards the #Ohio Valley this weekend causing hazy skies. Here are some pictures from Puerto Rico.#OHwx #PAwx #NWS #Cleveland pic.twitter.com/kbYotxwGBE— NWS Cleveland (@NWSCLE) June 24, 2020
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