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'Godzilla' dust cloud, largest in 50 years, rips towards US Gulf Coast

Credit: USATODAY.com- Published on June 24, 2020
The long-awaited cloud of Saharan dust will bring beautiful sunsets but also potential breathing problems.
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Published on June 23, 2020 -  01:38
Enormous 'Godzilla Dust Cloud' Heading to the US Gulf Coast
Enormous 'Godzilla Dust Cloud' Heading to the US Gulf Coast According to Accuweather, the cloud is journeying thousands of miles over the Atlantic Ocean from the Sahara Desert. It is not uncommon for Sahara dust to travel far, but this occurrence is one of the largest in decades. AccuWeather's Dan Kottlowski Accuweather explains that the phenomenon is hampering tropical development in the ocean. AccuWeather's Alan Reppert This Thursday, the dust is forecasted to reach the coast of Texas. Kottlowski predicts that the state's eastern part will soon release weak air quality reports. He adds that the dust will also spread across the whole Gulf Coast. At that time, it could become a health hazard after combining with smoke or other dust particles. Issues may arise for those with respiratory health problems. AccuWeather's Dan Kottlowski

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