- This article is written by PWP-Reader Craig Dremann from Redwood City, California, United States of America
I have attached July 27’s IR satellite plus the NAAPS dust image, and you can see the wall that the dust makes to stop the westward movement of the monsoonal moisture.
One the other hand, you see where in northern Pakistan, the Dust Cloud is absent, which means that there is a potential for the moisture to move in that direction and cause flooding.
The dust also shows the critical areas that need the first attentions for natural revegetation using the local native plants, to cover the soil and keep the dust from getting airborne in the first place.
Today the monsoon-dust battle at the India/Pakistan border
I have attached the monsoon-dust battle images of July 28 from the India/Pakistan border, with X on the spots where the dust is originating that is causing the problems.
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