January 25, 2017
By Sean Breslin and Ada Carr
Snow caused problems (click here) in the upper Midwest and accidents piled up as Winter Storm Leo moved east, and in Iowa, one death was reported on snowy, icy roads.
Officials announced some good news Wednesday morning: a stretch of Interstate 90 from Kadoka to Chamberlain, South Dakota – spanning more than 100 miles – was reopened, according to the state's Department of Transportation. The roadway was closed overnight due to dangerous travel conditions.
The storm system was responsible for several deaths in the West during its first stage, and Flagstaff, Arizona, reported nearly three feet of snow.
Snow piled up quickly in parts of Wisconsin Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, which led to numerous accidents in the southern portion of the state, WKOW.com reported....
If it isn't a haboob, it is threatening temperatures and snow.
January 23, 2017
Phoenix — Schools and government offices (click here) locked the doors and turned off the lights early on Monday in Flagstaff as another round of snow moved into the area.
All of Flagstaff Unified School District declared a snow day on Monday, while Northern Arizona University gave staying open the old college try before deciding to cancel all classes that began after noon....
This is an interesting video of the haboob on August 21, 2016. KINDLY NOTE: The dust storm does not develop out of no where. What is accompanying the dust storm or better said, what is accompanying the clouds and wind?