A second dust storm to hit US this week
After the massive dust storm from Sahara Desert named 'Godzilla', which invaded the southeastern US last week, there is a chance of another plume reaching Gulf Coast and Lower Mississippi on this Thursday.
The impacts will be reduced visibility, dangerous level of air pollution and a potential colorful sunsets.
Low concentrations of dust are expected to spread eastward into the Southeast, Mid-Atlantic and Plains states.
The last dust storm over the tropical Atlantic was by far the most extreme since 2002, however one of the advantage of dust storms is they are preventing any tropical events from potential development. The reason is lack of moisture and strong winds.