Saharan dust cloud cloaks U.S. Gulf Coast in haze


CBS News meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Bird. Ellie is tracking the dust cloud and tells us what we can expect from it. Dust storms originate off the coast of Africa and they traversed the Atlantic Ocean. Using the trade winds make it really dusty and hazy in the Caribbean. Usually they start to thin out when they get to the United States. This one is a little bit but not a lot. And because of that, we're going to see some really hazy conditions in the South East

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