Phoenix Dust Storms 2014: Huge dust storms envelops Phoenix Arizona 3rd and 26th of July 2014
State neighboring deserts and Mexican California is customary these impressive natural phenomena, which can disappear as quickly as they arrived. They are usually observed in July and August. The reason: high winds combined with extreme drought. During such episodes, the authorities called the inhabitants to remain cloistered at home and not to travel by car.
In 2011, a particularly impressive cloud had engulfed the capital of Arizona. The U.S. National Weather Service had called the storm of ” historic ” , then reported L’Express . In the thirties, the “Dust Bowl” (“dust ball”), a series of storms of the same type had touched the Great Plains region of the United States and Canada for almost a decade. An ecological disaster.
Phoenix Dust Storm – July 3, 2014