Dust Storm Shrouds Phoenix in Zero Visibility. A spectacular dust storm blanketed Phoenix, Arizona on Tuesday evening, reducing visibility to a quarter-mile or less in some areas. Such strong dust storms — sometimes referred to as a haboob – is a visually-impressive weather phenomena that is common in arid regions such as the desert Southwest. Dust storms frequently begin when a gust front or other strong wind loosens sand and dust from the Earth’s surface.
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