(CBS4) — A dust storm along the border of Colorado and Kansas was big enough to be seen from space. The GOES East satellite captured imagery of the storm.
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Here are two other ways to visualize the dust from #GOESEast:
Dust RGB to the left, where the dust appears dark pink, and DEBRA (Dynamic Enhancement with Background Reduction Algorithm) to the right, where the dust appears yellow.
Winds are currently gusting at over 50 mph. pic.twitter.com/lw68fUhALM
— NOAA Satellites (@NOAASatellites) January 15, 2021
The National Weather Service in Boulder also shared satellite imagery of the storm.
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) January 15, 2021
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