Drone Captures Insanely Massive Dust Storm

Published June 11, 2019 5,347 Views $1.89 earned

Rumble / Strange WeatherThe pollution-laden dust can be carried over dozens of miles, disturbing millions of people who might not necessarily suffer from the storms. The direct economic impact of dust storms is significant, but it doesn't rival major natural disasters that destroy entire cities. Scientists have even developed advanced computer models that take weather predictions and combine them with data from storm study to predict dust storms with reasonable success meteorologists can sometimes even forecast the size and length of the storms but Haboobs are harder to forecast.

Exposure to dust in dust storms can disturb air quality and cause coughing, wheezing, and runny noses. Breathing a lot of dust over a long period may root chronic breathing and lung harms. Dust storms can have a significant effect on agriculture by damaging crops and harming livestock. A dust storm is a tiny little low-pressure system that forms because of the instability. Dust storms don't form in thunderstorms, but they can be just as dangerous. Wind speeds reach 60-70 mph or stronger in the large dust devils, fast enough to throw projectiles and cause property damage.

Dust devils can cover particulate matter, which can be a serious risk to human health if it builds up in the respiratory system, particularly for people suffering with asthma. Dust storms may depiction people to fungal spores that can cause the disease Valley Fever. Sandstorms are powerful wind storms that occur often in the desert. While these winds won't kill you, they often cause auto accidents as a result of the blinding effect of the sand. Direct risks to the body, such as getting dirt in your eye or particulates in your lungs, exist and they do suck but they do not represent the most persistent dangers posed by dust storms, at least in urbanized areas. High wind and low visibility create hazardous conditions to be outside in.

A giant dust storm can cause weighty damage, Dr. Gill said. “Well, a haboob can definitely lead to destruction. The damage is typically not so much from the dust and sand blowing in it. The major concern about a haboob is the winds, because the winds are really strong. Once drought ruined the wheat crop during the autumn of 1931, the prevailing winds began to lift the soil and wave the state with dust storms in the end of January 1932. Black Sunday refers to a particularly severe dust storm that happened on April 14, 1935, as part of the Dust Bowl. It was one of the worst dust storms in American history and it produced immense economic and agricultural damage.