Round two, Meteorologists have been tracking a big African dust cloud coming straight to Houston, Texas.
Meteorologist says this thick dust cloud will be as big or bigger than the cloud that made Houstons Sky thick gray in June. The biggest part of the storm will be hitting Houston Sunday or Monday.
Please take caution if you have any breathing issues. If you were not affect during the last storm you will probably be okay this time.
What Do You Need To Know About African Dust?
Meteorologists say the thick dust particles will be thousands of feet above the ground, this will turn the sky a brownish gray hazy color. Like I said above for most of us this will not cause any respiratory issues. If you do experience any issues please seek medical aid.
A small percentage of the dust known, as particular matter, will reach the ground and can get deep into our lungs. Few studies have been conducted on the impact on our health.
Delicate people with asthma, sensitivities, and other lung conditions may see flare-ups, particularly after delayed outside introduction. Other delicate gatherings incorporate the elderly, youthful youngsters, and pets. On the off chance that you are worried about the effect to your wellbeing, consider constraining your opportunity outside.
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