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Large Saharan Dust Plume Blows Across the Atlantic | August 29, 2019

Dust. It might be our friend. This week NOAA’s GOES East satellite spotted a large plume of Saharan dust blowing across the Atlantic, as Tropical Storm Dorian marched west. That dust may actually help us with future storms this season. It helps create a stable layer of dry, sinking air, which can help prevent tropical disturbances from spinning or gaining strength. While this could play a role in suppressing future storms, it’s not near Dorian.