Large amounts of African dust cover most of Spain from early in the morning, causing discomfort and breathing problems for residents. Visual acuity is low, while a weak event threatens our country over the weekend, mainly to the Ionian Islands and Crete, meteorologist Giannis Gallianos reported to protothema.gr. The Spanish Meteorological Agency warned of the incident 24 hours earlier, with officials advising citizens to avoid traveling and wear safety masks. According to Spanish media, many Spaniards wake up in the morning and find a layer of red-orange dust covering terraces, streets and cars. On the other hand, visibility in cities like Madrid and Granada and Lyon will be limited throughout the event.
African dust will affect Portugal and tomorrow it will reach the Netherlands and Germany.
When will the cloud of African dust reach Greece?
Meteorologist and ND MP Gianni Gallianos spoke to protothema.gr about the event and whether it will reach our country:
“Spain is currently facing serious problems with African dust. This phenomenon will all come to Greece from the Ionian Islands and Crete, i.e. west and south, but it will weaken. I would say it will not affect us,” he added:
“This phenomenon was created by the direction of the wind. In these parts of Western Europe, southerners are currently bringing dust to the area of Spain, which seems to be closed.
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