Saharan Dust Is Headed Straight For Texas, And It Can Bring Unpleasant Symptoms

If you’ve lived in Texas for any significant amount of time, Saharan dust is probably a familiar phrase. During summertime, these plumes travel across the Atlantic and sometimes spread as far as the U.S. A wave of dust is expected to grace the shores of our state later this week, and it could bring along some unpleasant symptoms — plus a few perks!

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Head to The Weather Channel’s website to learn more.

Have you ever experienced Saharan dust? If so, what are your thoughts on it? Do you suffer from allergy symptoms when a plume hits Texas? Let us know, and check out our previous article to learn about the 2020 hurricane season: Hurricane Season Is Predicted To Be More Active Than Usual This Year, And Texas Could Be Affected.

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