Saharan dust storm rolls into southern Spain turning sky bright ORANGE

A Saharan dust storm rolled into southern Spain on Monday afternoon (March 14) turning the normally blue skies a bright hue of orange. Footage captured in the province of Almeria in Andalucia showed the town of San Jose bathed in the strange light. Fearing respiratory issues and eye irritation, most people stayed indoors waiting for the skies to clear. “Never seen anything like it,” said the filmer. “It looks unreal but this was filmed on a Panasonic GH-5 using the ‘Natural’ colour profile,” he added.

Saharan dust storm rolls into southern Spain turning sky bright ORANGE

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