A new large Saharan dust cloud is moving over the Atlantic Ocean and is expected to reach the Caribbean by the end of the week.
The cloud will remain over the Caribbean until the end of the week and move toward the southeastern US early next week.
Saharan dust moving over the Atlantic Ocean. Image credit: NOAA/GOES-East, zoom.earth, TW. Acquired at 11:00 UTC on June 27, 2021
Featured image: Saharan dust moving over the Atlantic Ocean. Image credit: NOAA/GOES-East, zoom.earth, TW
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