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Haze from Sahara and squall complicate weather in Spain

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Haze from Sahara and squall complicate weather in Spain

Madrid, Mar 16 (Prensa Latina) Large areas covered with dust from the Sahara desert, in an atmospheric phenomenon called haze, on Wednesday dominate the atmosphere in Spain, where widespread rains are also expected to be accompanied by squall Celia.
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The air quality became very bad since Tuesday when two events that do not coincide very often, the haze, an unusual entry into Spanish territory of dust in suspension from the Sahara desert, and the squall, combine.

In addition to the dense weather, with temperatures not too low, but a remarkable air pollution, Madrid, which is a fairly-clean city, is dominated by terracotta layers of dust from North Africa.

Preceded by heavy rains and winds on Monday, the haze covers fields, streets, cars, buildings, stations, public transport stops and monuments in Madrid and other regions in Spain.

According to the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET), Wednesday’s weather will continue to be conditioned by squall Celia, with persistent rainfall in the peninsular Mediterranean area, and a new Atlantic front will enter through the peninsular northwest, with more rain and haze.


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