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Tremendous sunsets on tap for next week
Posted by: Ombligo
Date: June 17, 2020 05:11PM
A massive plume of Saharan dust is expected to cross the Atlantic over the next week. That will lead to beautiful sunsets across the south and gulf coast.

It will also mean no chance of a tropical storm forming due to the dry air.

[edition.cnn.com]



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Re: Tremendous sunsets on tap for next week
Posted by: prymsnap
Date: June 17, 2020 06:01PM
Oh, how I wish I had a decent western view from my house. Don't know if it's my imagination, but the sunsets in general have seemed really spectacular over the last few weeks (I'm just outside of Chicago). Maybe less pollution?
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Re: Tremendous sunsets on tap for next week
Posted by: Speedy
Date: June 17, 2020 06:08PM
More pollution makes for prettier sunsets. We have had a lot of windy days the last couple of weeks, but no big Canadian forest fires - yet - to redden glowing sunsets.



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Re: Tremendous sunsets on tap for next week
Posted by: PeterB
Date: June 18, 2020 12:14AM
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Ombligo
A massive plume of Saharan dust is expected to cross the Atlantic over the next week. That will lead to beautiful sunsets across the south and gulf coast.

It will also mean no chance of a tropical storm forming due to the dry air.

[edition.cnn.com]

It also increases suffering, for those of us who are allergy sufferers. sick smiley




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Re: Tremendous sunsets on tap for next week
Posted by: pdq
Date: June 18, 2020 08:20AM
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Speedy
More pollution makes for prettier sunsets. We have had a lot of windy days the last couple of weeks, but no big Canadian forest fires - yet - to redden glowing sunsets.

One of the rare things that irritates me about Canada. We seem to be right in the plume path.
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