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Will the Giant Dust Cloud from the Sahara Impact New England? Here’s What We Know
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Will the Giant Dust Cloud from the Sahara Impact New England? Here’s What We Know

By now, many have heard about the big plume of dust spreading across the Atlantic. Is it reason for alarm? Is it another marker for climate change? How long will it last? First off, it’s an entirely natural process that plays out each year across the Saharan Desert. Essentially, strong winds aided and abetted by the African Easterly Jet (a…
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