The Cold Front’s Passing Makes for Another ‘Sepia Tone Day’ In West Texas
A cold front made it’s way through the areas this morning, coloring our skies grey and brown.
There are three things for certain: Death, taxes and the blowing dust in West Texas. Mild mid-sixties temperatures around the area gave way to a cold front that moved though around drive time this morning. Within an hour, our temps dropped around 10-15 degrees to 55º and wind-chills made it feel much cooler. Since it was a dry front, topsoil from the South Plains was carried along in the strong northerly winds making the skies a dustbowl era-like sight.
If you took some pictures of the wall of dust this morning, share them with us!