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Hurricane Blues


13 Nov 2008
I don't think this has yet found its way onto YBW forums, it is compulsive viewing for anyone interested in weather, oceans and atmosphere. NASA Goddard has published a similation of atmospheric aerosols, specifically salt (water in the air), dust (see sahara blow out over the atlantic) and ash (forest fires in Calafornia and Portugal) during summer 2017. At around 1:40 see Ophelia pull dust and smoke across the UK.
YouTube at: https://youtu.be/73oO91rbTbo
Original Source at: https://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/12772