Dust from Sudanese Storm Reaches Africa’s Atlantic Coast1.4N 10.5E
The dust storm originating in Sudan that has been blowing dust into many countries in Africa finally appears to be dissipating.
Initially, dust was blown northeast through Ethiopia and Eritrea, towards the Red Sea. Winds then changed direction and began sending dust into Chad, the Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (click here for previous articles).
Here, dust blows from those countries into Cameroon, the Congo and Gabon, along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean.