While air quality readings across the area were still generally in the moderate (healthy) range, you may have seen a haze in the sky this morning. Video from Conroe, Houston and Galveston showed reduced visibilities across the area.
Wondering what that white stuff is on your car? Yesterday's gusty winds blew in a dust cloud all the way from the High Plains of eastern Colorado!— Travis Herzog (@TravisABC13) January 16, 2021
More info: https://t.co/J6RY6WkVvB #txwx #houwx pic.twitter.com/NhBplrA5fk
Most of the dust was gone by Saturday evening. Now Houston will see clear skies and dry conditions through the weekend, before a rain event is expected to arrive next week.
It's a bit hazy outside this morning and that's due to dust in the air carried down from north Texas brought down by yesterday's windy conditions.— NWS Houston (@NWSHouston) January 16, 2021
The first image is a false color satellite image that turns dust yellow and the second shows the visibilities this morning. #TXwx pic.twitter.com/b8AjFgAt5H
SEE ALSO: Beautiful but chilly start to the weekend
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