Haboob

A haboob (هَبوب habūb `blasting/drafting`) is a type of intense dust storm carried on an atmospheric gravity current. Haboobs occur regularly in arid regions throughout the world. They have been observed in the Sahara desert (typically Sudan, where they were named and described), as well as across the Arabian Peninsula, throughout Kuwait, .....
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Haboob

A disturbance of the line squall type which occurs in the Sudan during the rainy season and is usually accompanied by a dense sandstorm.
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haboob

From Arabic, the meteorological term for a dust storm.
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haboob

From Arabic, the meteorological term for a dust storm.
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haboob

haboob: see sandstorm.
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haboob

strong wind that occurs along the southern edges of the Sahara in The Sudan and is associated with large sandstorms and duststorms and may be ... [3 related articles]
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Haboob

Sudanese name for duststorm or sandstorm with strong winds that carry small particles of dirt or san
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haboob

Sudanese name for duststorm or sandstorm with strong winds that carry small particles of dirt or sand into the air, particularly severe in areas of drought.
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Haboob

The haboob is a violent and oppressive seasonal wind blowing in the Sudan, that brings sand from the desert.
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