dust haze

dust haze

A suspension in the air of dust or small sand particles in the atmosphere, reducing visibility. The dust may be raised from the ground prior to the time of observation by a dust storm or a sandstorm.
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Manama, May 10 (BNA): The Meteorological Directorate forecast a cloudy weather today with slight dust haze and a small chance of scattered rain at first, becoming generally fine during the day.
Thick orange dust haze covered many parts of the country yesterday, with weathermen forecasting strong winds with thundery showers continuing until Wednesday.
The dusty weather has been set off due to low-pressure areas created in the southern part of Saudi Arabia and Oman and the south easterly winds have carried the dust haze into the UAE.
NASA releases satellite imagery for dust river flowing across Pakistan, India LAHORE:A thick blanket of dust haze covered parts of the country especially the federal capital and Lahore for the third consecutive day on Friday, affecting normal life and posing serious threat to human health.
Thick dust haze also affected the Kingdom of Bahrain on the 14th of February reduced the visibility to 500 meters at Bahrain International Airport.
However, its two more nasty features have remained - the dust haze leading to fogginess especially in the early hours of the morning and towards evening and the dust.
These minimum values can be attributed either to cloudy phenomenon or to dust haze depending on the season.
The Bahrain Meteorological Directorate report said on August 18 Bahrain was enveloped in a dust haze, thick at times, reducing visibility to 700-m at Bahrain International Airport.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian President Hassan Rouhani asked all the regional states to cooperate to improve environmental conditions of the region, and specially resolve the problem of the Arabian dust haze infiltrating Iran through its Western borders.
It has covered a fairly extensive region with its dust haze and it is in a part of the planet were some regional storms have grown into global dust hazes," the channel quoted Rich Zurek, NASA's chief Mars scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., as saying in a statement Wednesday.
He said the dust haze caused by strong winds would reduce visibility to within 4- 8kilometres.