Dust Storm Facts?


As the name suggests, a dust storm is a weather occurrence common in dry regions, and happens when strong winds pick up dust or sand and transports them over great distances. This results in soil erosion and huge dust clouds, which have effects ranging from damaged crops to poor visibility and health problems.
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In a dust storm, strong and violent winds carry tonnes of material such as topsoil, sand, silt, clay, dust etc. for long distances. The particles swirl around in the air during the
dust storm: a windstorm that lifts up clouds of dust or sand
Seeing an old lady with a cloth around her head walking down the street.
1. You can call in sick. 2.You have an excuse not to dust the house. 3.It helps take rust off cars. 4.Flies have a difficult time. 5.Unwanted relatives can't visit. ^. In a weird
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dust storm
a storm of strong winds and dust-filled air over an extensive area during a period of drought over normally arable land (sandstorm).
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A dust storm, sometimes called a sand storm, is a windstorm that causes dust to fly through the air. Dust storms can potentially decrease the agricultural output of an area. You can find more information here: http://www.kidzworld.com/article/707-dust-storm-on-the-loose
A dust storm occurs when it is extremely windy to where the dust is blown off of the ground and into the air. Dust storms causes poor visibility outside.
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