Saharan dust storm transforms skies and landscapes in parts of Europe

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A Saharan dust storm has transformed skies and landscapes in parts of Europe on Tuesday, March 15, 2022.

The dust plumes have already reached northern Europe and are now crossing the Atlantic Ocean toward South America.

Image credit: NOAA/GOES-16, Zoom.Earth, TW. Acquired at 17:00 UTC on March 15, 2022

Featured image credit: Sierra Nevada SKI

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  1. I found this site a few weeks ago. Just for highlights. Then realized the extent of your reports, showing charts that show airflow and how the dust moved N into Europe. I was a certified WX observer and Pilot weather briefer for my working life and love to be able to get this type of info.

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