A huge cloud of Saharan dust is moving over the Mediterranean Sea into Italy and southeastern Europe on April 24, 2022.
The dust lifted off Algeria and Tunisia and started moving over the Mediterranean Sea on April 21 and 22.
By April 23, it was over Sardinia and Corsica, as seen in the Sentinel-3 image below:
On April 24, the cloud was well over Italy and southeastern Europe:
Featured image credit: NOAA-20/VIIRS. The Watchers
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