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Sargassum and the Sahara dust phenomenon — are they connected?

A look at where the Saharan Air Layer (SAL) was moving across the Atlantic Ocean toward the southern United States on Wednesday, June 24,...

‘Godzilla’ dust cloud from the Sahara is larger and less pretty...

The Sahara is sending sneezes more than sunsets this time around. The monstrous size of the Saharan dust cloud trekking from Africa to the Yucatan...

Sahara dust: Prepare for watery eyes and gorgeous skies

Dust from the Sahara Desert is making another 5,000-mile trek across the Atlantic and is expected to arrive in the Gulf of Mexico later...

A halo around the sun gets Meridanos looking skyward

Yet another phenomenon has arrived, and again, it's not an omen that signals the end of the world. The ring around the sun, which...

Trumpets in heaven? Mystery sounds from above rattle Merida before dawn

Merida, Yucatan — Has the shutdown made the world so quiet under the coronavirus lockdown, we're hearing things? Or are we just hearing things more...

Yucatan’s skies will be clear for a good view of 2020’s...

After being hunkered down inside all day, there's a big reason to venture outside and look up at the sky tonight. The April "pink moon"...

A gift from the Sahara: Dust clouds and vivid skies

Trade winds have delivered large dust cloud that now stretches from the Sahara Desert all the way to the Gulf of Mexico.

Over Yucatán, only a partial solar eclipse, but still a risk...

Although far from the "path of totality," today's solar eclipse will be partially visible over Yucatán.