A brief month after the primary episode of orange skies, the sand mud from the Sahara has been again since Monday April 11 within the southwest, however it’s this Tuesday April 12 that they’re returning to Paris. The cloud, which due to this fact extends over the entire of France, must be a bit of lighter than the final one, though we’re planning a return to the colours of a movie by Jean-Pierre Jeunet and we danger having to rewash our automotive. That is the third time that the cloud, fashioned by a sirocco, has risen from the Maghreb to cowl France.
An attractive sight in perspective
The cloud of sand and the orange sky of March 15 had impressed many budding photographers, giving rise to very good pictures on the networks. The Spaniards have already begun to seize their intense orange skies!
— Jean Sebastien (@JeanSba92465217) March 25, 2022
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A brand new rise of #sand of #Sahara at present considerations southern Spain. Orange sky in Torre del Mar within the province of Malaga
(3/24/22? Carlos Castro #Calima) pic.twitter.com/bKN8vwu3os
— elmolo13officiel (@anedda_angelo) March 24, 2022