The Sahara dust plume will move across the entire South this weekend. It will cause hazy conditions but will give people spectacular sunrises and sunsets.
(CNN) “By Friday and into Saturday, the dense plume will move across all of the southern US.
Through the weekend, a thinner amount of dust will advance across much of the eastern US. At the same time, a denser concentration will hang around the Southeast, mainly Alabama, Georgia, and Florida.
‘Some of this dust will settle to ground level,’ CNN meteorologist Chad Myers says. ‘People should monitor their local air quality and possibly limit outdoor exposure.’”
The dust storm started in the Sahara and traveled across the Atlantic. How this happened is explained in the Fox video below.