Power Vampires in Your Home
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On April 14, 1935, a severe dust storm hit parts of Oklahoma and Texas, causing tremendous damage not only to the landscape but to the residents and the economy.
This week, another dust storm is set to arrive to the U.S. from the Sahara. As unusual as it may sound, it is a weather phenomena that happens almost every year. Commonly referred to as the Saharan Air Layer (SAL), which is a dry and dusty air mass that forms in the Sahara Desert in the Spring, Summer and Fall and slowly moves through the North Atlantic and makes it to different parts of the U.S.
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