A Historic Saharan Dust Cloud Is Moving Toward The Midwest

Will this giant dust plume impact our region?

PICTURES OF THE WEEK IN LATIN AMERICA & CARIBBEAN - PHOTO GALLERY
Police officers wearing masks as a precaution against the spread of the new coronavirus walk at dusk under a cloud of a Sahara dust hanging in the air in Havana on Wednesday, June 24, 2020. Ramon Espinosa / ASSOCIATED PRESS
PICTURES OF THE WEEK IN LATIN AMERICA & CARIBBEAN - PHOTO GALLERY
Police officers wearing masks as a precaution against the spread of the new coronavirus walk at dusk under a cloud of a Sahara dust hanging in the air in Havana on Wednesday, June 24, 2020. Ramon Espinosa / ASSOCIATED PRESS

A Historic Saharan Dust Cloud Is Moving Toward The Midwest

Will this giant dust plume impact our region?

A massive dust cloud from the Sahara Desert — the largest in 50 years — is drifting across the Atlantic Ocean.

Reset talks with our go-to weather expert to learn what this means for our region.

GUEST: Gilbert Sebenste, consulting meteorologist at AllisonHouse